How you uninstall largely depends on how you installed it in the first place.Did you install it using RPM/Deb or from source?
- If its from rpm/deb then you need to look at commands rpm and dpkg.
- If its from source, usually makefile have a target called uninstall, so in theory issuing command `make uninstall` would remove the installed binaries. Needless to say you need to use proper options (the ones you used to install) while doing a "make uninstall" so that proper directories are traversed while uninstalling.
In any case if its a production system and there are chances that things might break if you uninstall awstats ensure you have a backup handy.
Last edited by chiragrk; 11-20-2009 at 12:28 AM.