Cisco Unified MeetingPlace, Release 7.0 -- How to Uninstall the Application Server

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Uninstalling the Operating System

The Application Server is made up of the operating system and the application. We do not describe how to uninstall the operating system. If you have uninstalled the Application Server and no longer use the Application Server operating system, you can simply install a different operating system over the current one. You do not need to uninstall it.


Uninstalling the Application Server

You may need to uninstall the Application Server if you have trouble installing it or if you no longer use this product.


WARNING!! Uninstalling the Application Server as described in the following procedure will remove all versions of Cisco Unified MeetingPlace from the Application Server. You can find specific versions of the uninstall script in the /opt/cisco/meetingplace/uninstaller//update_uninstallers/<version>/ directory. To remove a specific version of the software, choose to execute the uninstall script for a specific version of Cisco Unified MeetingPlace instead.


Restrictions

You cannot be remote.


Procedure
  1. Go to the operating system login page.
  2. Log in as the user called root.
  3. Enter the password associated with this username.
    The system displays the operating system desktop.
  4. Choose Application > System Tools > Terminal.
    The system displays the command line.
  5. Enter cd /opt/cisco/meetingplace/uninstaller at the prompt.
    The system displays the directory with the uninstall program.
  6. Enter ./uninstall_meetingplace & at the prompt. The & tells the server to run the process in the background.
    The system displays the Uninstall GUI.
  7. Click Uninstall to shut down all Cisco Unified MeetingPlace processes and remove all the files associated with this version.
  8. Click Done on the Uninstall Complete page.

Testing the Application Server Uninstallation

Procedure
  1. Go to the operating system login page.
  2. Log in as the user called root.
  3. Enter the password associated with this username.
    The system displays the operating system desktop.
  4. Choose Application > System Tools > Terminal.
    The system displays the command line.
  5. Enter cd /opt/
  6. Check that the directory called cisco is gone.

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