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About the "CGI Center", how to remove those pre-installed scripts? Should care them??

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by ttk_2k, Mar 1, 2007.

  1. ttk_2k

    ttk_2k Well-Known Member

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    Just when I clicked the "CGI Center" by lucky.., it said some scripts had been pre-installed, and then there were some files added into the cgi-bin directory of my site where didn't had any files in it..

    I'm not going to use any of these scripts and I don't like to see these files inside that directory, should I care them? How can I get rid of them and have them uninstalled, do I just delete all of them from cgi-bin folder??

    There are 4 files inside the cgi-bin, they are:

    Please help me, thanks!!

    Regards,
    TT
     
  2. cPanelKenneth

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    YOu should be able to just delete them using Filemanager. I think the CGI Center didn't support uninstall via it's interface, only manually.
     
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    ttk_2k Well-Known Member

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    Hi, thank you!

    I can also delete them via FTP, right?

    One more question, these scripts have just been installed in the cgi-bin dir, or they've been put into somewhere else?

    Thank you so much for your reply.
     
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    FTP should work also. To my knowledge there are no supporting files to remove, but I'm not very knowledgeable with the CGI Center. The scripts are old and seldom used.
     
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    OK, thank you very much!! :)
     
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