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I have iFolder server running on my ubuntu server and would like to remove it. I can find the instructions for installing but not how to remove. Has anyone done this before and can give me some pointers?

Thanks

Neil

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How did you install it? –  Andrew M. May 21 '12 at 19:57
    
@AndrewM. using the instructions I posted a link to below... Repeated here: evernote.com/shard/s3/sh/adedb8f5-271e-4878-825d-83ea87a02be7/… –  williamsdb May 23 '12 at 8:36

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Post the instructions you used to install the software. From a quick google search I conclude you probably build the deb and installed it. In that case you can try:

apt-get remove simias-server
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I will have used the instructions from here: help.ubuntu.com/community/iFolderInstall –  williamsdb May 22 '12 at 7:55
    
Actually I now realise that's not true I used these: evernote.com/shard/s3/sh/adedb8f5-271e-4878-825d-83ea87a02be7/… –  williamsdb May 22 '12 at 8:06
    
So I went ahead and tried to remove using the suggested command but I get E: Couldn't find package simias-server. Any other suggestions? –  williamsdb May 25 '12 at 15:16

have you tried

# apt-get remove ifolder* libflaim* log4net*

or something like that? then to remove all of the data and files related to the ifolder syncs

# rm -rf /var/simias

thats the default location

find / -name "simias"

should tell you where it is if it's not in the default. the */simias/data folder is where all the files that have been syncd reside as well as the config

best, daniel from nofolder.com

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Hi Daniel - that brings back "E: Couldn't find package ifolder*" but the folder /var/simias does exist so is definitely installed. Could it be called anything else? Thanks Neil –  williamsdb May 27 '12 at 16:51

williamsdb,

try dpkg -l and look for anything with ifolder or simias then you should be able to apt-get remove that package. it's been a while since i've been on ubuntu but i hope this helps.

can you start a topic at www.nofolder.com maybe? i think it would help the community.

best, daniel from nofolder.com

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