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Uninstall OpenFire from Ubuntu system

This tutorial is usefull if you have installed OpenFire as described here. I've not tested other methods.

Terminate the running application:

sudo /etc/init.d/openfire stop

Remove it from services:

sudo update-rc.d -f openfire remove

Remove the start-up file:

sudo rm /etc/init.d/openfire

Delete all the files located at /opt/openfire :

sudo rm -rf /opt/openfire

And finally, if you have used a mysql database for the application, you can remove the table used.


RoLa said...


MurderousOne said...

After you stop Openfire, you can run this command to Uninstall:

sudo apt-get autoremove openfire && sudo apt-get purge openfire -y

This will automatically remove Openfire files, folders and config's...

Unknown said...

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Rajnesh Thakur said...

Above mentioned steps does not remove configuration file in Ubuntu 16.04. Use apt-get purge command to delete all configuration files.

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