I have removed and purged couchdb from Ubuntu, but if I type "couchdb" in the shell at any point, the system still tries to start it up before crashing. I checked /usr/bin, and I still have references to couchdb, even after I purged:
$ /usr/bin: ls couch* couchdb couchdb-dump couchdb-load couchdb-replicate couchjs couchpy
- What's the safest way to remove these references? Can I simply delete them, or will other artifacts be left behind?
- I also checked
.bash_profile, .bashrc, .profile, /etc/profile- are there other spots I should look for artifacts?