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We have a legacy HP-UX 11.11 server that has a number of security vulnerabilities associated with OpenSSL. We have a project in the works to replace this server but until then I need to deal with the vulnerabilities. No applications on the server utilize SSL, so my plan was to simply remove it. ... (8 Replies)
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2. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
At my linux server I think there are 2 duplicate Apache Ant Installation
And whenever I tires to build ant using command 1)cd opt/ant 2) ant or 1)cd usr/local/ant 2) ant it shows error message "ant build failed"
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Discussion started by: ninadgac
I have a Solaris 10 and it looks like it was installed with apache. I see some files in:
Since I'd like to use CSWapache2 from OpenCSW I'd like to remove the one from SUN but I don't know which package name it has.
Do you know how can I remove it ?
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Discussion started by: RobertFord
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I installed Linus on virtual PC on my system.
I want to configure apache on it.
Also i want to install nagios and want to access through web broser from my system.
How can I do this.
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Discussion started by: sunray
I have a NIM installation on a production server database. I know that this is not the best. for that I want to uninstall the nim and put on another machine.
Im not install this NIM on the production server.
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I'm working on a Solaris 9/Sparc machine and it has the Solaris 10 version of Perl (5.8.8) installed on it, which always requires all kinds of library files that Solaris 9 doesn't come with. I think the best way to do is to uninstall this wrong version and install the correct Solaris 9... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: alanlh
I have installed FreeBSD in coexistance with windoze...now i want to uninstall it!how can i do that?
Is it possible to just format the partition it was on ( problem with this i thing is that BootManager resides on the disk...how to fix this problem?!!!)
thank you for help
mohamed (8 Replies)
Discussion started by: hmaiida
haha it's me agian, i think that my xinetd is messed up, i am unable to stop it. I can start it though...lol. I just wonderd how can i uninstall it so i can reinstall it...maybe this time it'll work. I'm running RH 7.1 i think.
thanks:) (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: byblyk
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i am running redhat 7.3
how do i unistall apache if i installed from a tarball?
really need to know this
thanx (8 Replies)
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I am trying to uninstall some software from a system running Compaq Tru64 UNIX v4.0e (was Digital UNIX). I can't find the correct "uninstall" command. I've tried uninstall, pkgrm, removepkg unsuccessfully. Does anyone know the command? Specifically, I had a problem with the installation of the... (3 Replies)
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