[thelist] Uninstalling ColdFusion under Linux

Daniel J. Cody djc at starkmedia.com
Sat Jan 5 10:25:13 CST 2002

Hey Chris -

The simplest way, IMO at least, is just to delete it and associated 
files. Here's things to do:

stop the server.
rm -rf /opt/coldfusion
rm -f /usr/lib/coldfusion
rm -f /usr/lib/btcats
rm -f /etc/rc.d/init.d/coldfusion
rm -rf $APAHCE_HOME/htdocs/CFIDE
rm -rf $APAHCE_HOME/htdocs/CFDOCS

remove the references to mod_coldfusion and/or mod_botcats from your 
httpd.conf file, restart apache

that should be it.. theres a script that more or less does that same 
thing somewhere, but not sure where that is.. shout if you have more 
questions :)


Chris Johnston wrote:

> Hello,
> Anyone know what the simplest way of uninstalling ColdFusion under Linux. And just to make things more complicated, it is not a nice easy rpm version either. Is there such a thing as make uninstall or do I have to rm all the little bits of ColdFusion all over the computer?
> Thanks,
> /chris

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