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Uninstalling OpenLDAP

If you want to remove the OpenLDAP installation from Linux, please run:

# rpm -e certifier-openldap

If you want to remove the OpenLDAP installation from Solaris, please run:

# pkgrm cfierldap

If you want to remove the OpenLDAP installation from Solaris, please run:

# swremove certifier-openldap

Uninstallation will remove everything in the certifier-openldap directory, including the directory itself. If an entry was added to the syslog daemon configuration during installation, the entry is also removed.


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