On Thu, Oct 04, 2001 at 03:56:55PM +0100, Jim O'Shea mentioned:
> I'm new to linux and after making a complete dogs dinner of installing
> samba. I want to wipe it from the machine and start fresh. Does anyone know
> a comand that not only wipes the files but also clears any reg setting that
> have been made. i've been using rpm -e samba* but this does seem to wrok
> because when i go to install a new version i'm getting confliction errors.
Find out what samba stuff is there;
rpm -qa |grep -i samba
then erase it. Then check that your old samba configs are gone - rpm
won't remove modified configs.
John Looney Chief Scientist
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