Best way to uninstall X
attos.janus at gmail.com
Thu Apr 7 21:03:40 UTC 2011
I think so.
I'll do back up and start from scratch. Then I'll be sure I have just what I
Switching to single user mode, tar, and as Konstantin wrote: rm -rf /*
Thanks to all that replied!
2011/4/7 Alexander Gryanko <xpahos at gmail.com>
> The best way to upgrade your system will be backup /etc(configs,
> users/groups/permissions, rc.conf with network settings), /var(MySQL DB,
> crontab jobs), /usr/local/etc(Apache, Postfix, Samba configs) using tar and
> fresh install FreeBSD 8.0. After installation just install packages, untar
> data and edit rc.conf.
> On 7 April 2011 22:36, Attos <attos.janus at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I used to have remote access through VPN-VNC using IceWM to this machine,
>> but I no longer require this.
>> This machine has Apache, MySQL, PostFix, Samba. And now (port-)upgrading
>> has become a PITA.
>> It's currently running 7.4-REL and I'm planning to upgrade it to 8.2-REL
>> portupgrade is holding me. That's why I want to get rid of all those ports
>> no longer use.
>> On Thu, Apr 7, 2011 at 1:48 PM, Olli Hauer <ohauer at freebsd.org> wrote:
>> > On 2011-04-07 18:59, Attos wrote:
>> > > Hello all,
>> > >
>> > > What is the best way to uninstall X and all the applications that run
>> > under
>> > > X?
>> > >
>> > > Thanks in advance.
>> > Don't know what else you have installed but pkg_delete -r
>> > can be useful here.
>> > $> pkg_info | grep -i ^x
>> > xorg-7.5.1 bla bla
>> > ...
>> > ...
>> > $> pkg_delete -r xorg-7.5.1
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> С уважением,
> Александр Грянко
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