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SSH Tectia

Removing from Linux

To remove SSH Tectia Server from a Linux environment, follow the instructions below:

  1. Stop SSH Tectia Server with the following command:

    # /etc/init.d/ssh-server-g3 stop
    
  2. Remove the installation by issuing the following command with root privileges:

    # rpm -e ssh-tectia-server-<ver>
    

    In the command, <ver> is the package version of SSH Tectia Server to be removed (for example, 5.2.0.120).

  3. If you want to remove also the components that are common with SSH Tectia Client, give the following command:

    # rpm -e ssh-tectia-common-<ver>
    
[Note]Note

The uninstallation procedure removes only the files that were created when installing the software. Any configuration files and host keys have to be removed manually.


 

 
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