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Osama BinLaden 4 years ago • updated by Xavier DANIS 4 months ago 5

How do I uninstall Ajenti? Thank you. 

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Debian: apt-get remove ajenti

CentOS/RHEL: yum remove ajenti

FreeBSD: pip uninstall ajenti

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Debian: apt-get remove ajenti

CentOS/RHEL: yum remove ajenti

FreeBSD: pip uninstall ajenti

I did an apt-get remove ajenti and it gave me an error mentioning ajenti when I rebooted. I found out that the problem was that /etc/init.d/.depend.stop (and .depend.start) still referenced ajenti. I used a plain

insserv

command to regenerate these files, and it ("it" being "startpar", I think) stopped trying to start it.

This was on a debian-derived installation.

i just remove ajenti, and want to try reinstall by quick installation. but why it can't install and even display the message curl: (6) Couldn't resolve host 'raw.githubusercontent.com' ?

I loved your stuff at first then it crashed and doesn't function, so I went with webmin and love it and I tried to uninstall ajenti and it doesn't work it just keeps reinstalling itself any time I do sudo apt-get update and then erroring out and not letting me update, you have some serious problems you need to fix before i try any of your software again. and it errors this line: E: Some index files failed to download. They have been ignored, or old ones used instead.

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Hi every one,


For me on ubuntu/ARM "apt-get remove ajenti" doesn't work, with the answer "Unable to locate package..." but "pip uninstall ajenti-panel ajenti.plugin.dashboard ajenti.plugin.settings ajenti.plugin.plugins ajenti.plugin.notepad ajenti.plugin.terminal ajenti.plugin.filemanager ajenti.plugin.packages ajenti.plugin.services" seems to work.