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uninstall sitebuilder

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by admin123, Jun 2, 2005.

  1. admin123

    admin123 Guest

    hi, i insalled sitebuilder with Plesk by accident (i don't have a license) and i can't find where in plesk to uninstall it. how do i do this.

  2. poke

    poke Guest

    how did you install SB by accident? Is there a new SB install feature in 7.5.3 i don't know about?

    Anyway, i you can find the SB rpms just rpm -e the mofos and you should be fine.....

    Let us know a little more though.....

  3. admin123

    admin123 Guest

    753 upgrade has sitebuilder...

    Yes, 753 upgrade has SiteBuilder as on of the apps to install and I toggled all features. Duh.
  4. smtalk

    smtalk Guest

    rpm -e SiteBuilder
  5. admin123

    admin123 Guest

    Sitebuilder uninstall from Redhad 9 (from Plesk support)...

    if you want to remove Sitebuilder application from your server you should deinstall the Sitebuilder-1.1.1-rh9 package:

    #rpm -qa|grep Sitebuilder
    #rpm -e Sitebuilder-1.1.1-rh9.<build>

    Also our records indicate that you have purchased through one of our resellers.

    As such, they are your first point of contact for support and general inquiry. If they can't / won't support you we would like to know this.
  6. Outlaw

    Outlaw Guest

    I have a license (it is normaly Mambo, that is GPL, when I am not completely wrong ....) but I have uninstalled it but Plesk updater shows me than a new Version of base packages and reinstall sitebuilder ....
  7. viruseater

    viruseater Guest

    Could someone point this sitebuilder module out?

    the only module i see in Plesk is a remote admin connector. it doesn't install SB> in fact to configure it you have to tell it where SB is at.

    I have a license for it and it's installed on another server but I'd REALLY like to have this working in the plesk CP.

    This is the only module I see

  8. MrBafner

    MrBafner Guest

    yum remove siteuilder

    Worked for me :)
  9. thedust2010

    thedust2010 Guest

    I have tried

    yum remove sitebuilder


    rpm -e Sitebuilder-1.1.1-fc2.build050629.12.i386.rpm

    Both tell me Sitebuilder is not installed. But after I just moved a site to an exclusive IP, the home page is showing me SiteBuilder!! unbelievable. Any further advice on this?
  10. gauerj1

    gauerj1 Guest

    sitebuilder uninstall (remove)

    I needed to use: "yum remove Sitebuilder" for some reason the capital s made all the difference.
  11. jamesyeeoc

    jamesyeeoc Guest

    Yes, Linux is case sensitive....
  12. thedust2010

    thedust2010 Guest

    Re: sitebuilder uninstall (remove)

    Looks like that did the trick! Thanks much!!