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Old 07-22-2009, 07:47 AM   #1
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command for uninstalling nagios

i think a made a mess of nagios compiling and installation.after the compiling from the source codes, i can't get nagios to start from my browser.i really want to uninstall and then re-install
my problem is i don't know the command that would remove all compiled and installed components of nagios and its plugins from my server.
guys, is there anybody there who can help?i am new to linux and help would be appreciated.
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compiling and installation.after the compiling from the source codes
If you install from source, there is no uninstall command.
Look if there is a uninstall option in the source tree
Or pipe the output from make install to a file, and delete these files.

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