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Uninstalling CPanel

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by thesyn3rgist, Aug 16, 2004.

  1. thesyn3rgist

    thesyn3rgist Registered

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    How do I uninstall CPanel? I am a newb to linux :S

    Thanks,
    Jeff

    PS - I have root and can connect using SSH.
     
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    In two words? You can't. cPanel rewrites and integrates into the O/S so much it is easier to reload the O/S.
     
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    Ok well Cpanel seems to have changed my nameservers so that I can't use ping or wget to get domain name based sites such as yourdomain.com. I can only do a ping or wget using the ip address. Have you ever heard of this?

    Thanks,
    Jeff
     
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    Have you made any changes lately to configuration. Updates of cpanel, etc?
     
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    Nope all I did was install CPanel. The server is 69.15.95.105 if that helps you see anything.

    Thanks for your help,
    Jeff
     
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    cPanel should only be installed on a new system. If you have an existing system, then do not expect cPanel to preserve these.
     
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