tuxillion

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Hello.
A dear-coleague offered to install cPanel on our Slackware 12 server.
Afterward told me : 's not workin'...
domain.com:2082 / 2083 / 2086 / 2087 / 2095 / 2096...none
He installed it by downloading "perl install version", copying into a directory (kitt, somewhere) and ./install
I saw that is FOR FRESH INSTALL ONLY...:eek:we have a lot of data there.
Seems that all is in place...
Now, I figure that is not freeware/opensource, and is not working anyway (10x God is working like before), so I need to remove it.
I don't like to keep things I can't control.

Can I get some help?

Thanks
 
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Infopro

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I don't think you can remove it without reloading the server. It;s supposed to be installed on a fresh installation.

Before You Begin
cPanel and WHM can only be installed on a blank server with a fresh operating system install. No data should be on the server that you wish to keep. This includes, but is not limited to, web pages, configuration files, user accounts and scripts. The installer will make many changes to your system including the downloading and configuring of needed packages for you. Because of the considerable amount of changes that cPanel will make to the system, the suggested method of uninstalling the cPanel and WHM software is to reformat the server.
http://www.cpanel.net/support/docs/11/whm/install_overview.html