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Eli Daniel
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remove sudo

hi,
i have to problem for remove the software sudo sudo-1.7.2p2 in the operation system

SAPL904:/tmp/hp/sudo/sudo-1.7.2p2> swlist -l product | grep sudo
SAPL904:/tmp/hp/sudo/sudo-1.7.2p2>
not appear

in the sam no show "sudo" software installation
the installation was via ./configure

i nedd remove the software
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Steven E. Protter
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Re: remove sudo

Shalom,

find / -name sudo

Same thing for sudoers

Erase the files at the command line.

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Johnson Punniyalingam
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Re: remove sudo

>>>in the sam no show "sudo" software installation
the installation was via ./configure<<<

SAM -> will show only if package /sw has been installed by using .depot * format.

in you case you have mentioned ./configure,
as said by >>SEP<< You can remove them by using (rm command) via command line

Example :-
rm -R (man rm) for more information
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Steven Schweda
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Re: remove sudo

> the installation was via ./configure

I don't know what you did, but I'd guess that
"./configure", by itself, did not install
anything. I'd guess that there was at least
one "make install" in there somewhere, and
that _that_ installed something(s).

I'd also guess that if you looked at the
"make" file (possibly "Makefile"), you might
find an "uninstall" (or similar) target,
which could be used to remove the installed
files. Otherwise, if you re-ran the actual
installation procedure, and recorded its
actions, then you might learn which files
were installed, which should tell you what
you would need to remove.
Eli Daniel
Super Advisor

Re: remove sudo

the sudo installation packed: sudo-1.7.2p2.tar.gz

process 1:
./configue

process 2:
make install

in the sam not see aplication sudo
Johnson Punniyalingam
Honored Contributor

Re: remove sudo

>>in the sam not see aplication sudo<<

As mentioned above post

"SAM -> will show only if package has been installed by using .depot * format."

Example :-

swinstall -s /var/adm/crash/sudo_1.7.2.depot
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Eli Daniel
Super Advisor

Re: remove sudo

not exist method for remove sudo.gz?
Torsten.
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Re: remove sudo

Maybe there is something like a "make uninstall" - just check the Makefile. Lesson learned - use depots for installations.

Hope this helps!
Regards
Torsten.

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Eli Daniel
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Re: remove sudo

yes, Lesson learned
thanks