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Safely uninstall scripts

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Necroist, Aug 11, 2004.

  1. Necroist

    Necroist Active Member

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    My CPanel has Agora Shopping Cart Installation script in my cpanel. I ran it, installed Agora Shopping Cart and now I want to safely uninstall it.

    What's the proper procedure to do this?
     
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    Necroist Active Member

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    anyone at all?
     
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    Necroist Active Member

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    *begs.

    seriously, no one at all?
     
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    Try FTPing into the site and just delete the files it installed? It probably put them into the cgi-bin and/or a subdirectory calles store or cart or something similar.
     
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    Howdy,

    some cpanel themes are missing the killcart.html pages that allow you to remove the cart once installed through CP

    FTP deletes will not do it fully. You will need commandline access (shell) as there are hidden .htaccess files. If shell access, go down yer dir tree to the dir containing store directory... most likely public_html. then just remove the dir in recursive and forced modes:
    rm -rf storedirname

    if ya have commando installed on the agora store, login to the manager, use the commando manager and type this:

    rm -rf ../storedirnamehere

    should do the trick fer ya. If no shell access and no commando, then you might be able to do it manually file by file (smirks) with the online file manager thingy in cpanel... but this is equiv to booting an 8088 45 times over and over as far as time used goes.

    Mister Ed
     
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