On (01/02/05 15:36), Michael Thompson didst pronounce:
> Nope that doesn't work, when I run the install step it seems to
> remember that I have previously configure this package so doesn't ask
> me thoose questions again.
apt-get remove cacti && dpkg --purge cacti
then re-install it. The --purge will remove all its config files, which
are sometimes kept after an uninstall.
Chat ya later,
BOFH excuse #40: not enough memory, go get system upgrade
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