Uninstalling with the console mode on LinuxAdded by IBM on June 11, 2010 | Version 1 (Original)
|The Lotus® Quickr™ uninstallation program provides a console interface, which enables you to perform an interactive uninstallation from a command prompt. Multiple uninstallations are not supported. You should only perform one uninstallation at a time.
The Lotus® Quickr™ uninstallation program provides a console interface, which enables you to perform an interactive uninstallation from a command prompt. Multiple uninstallations are not supported. You should only perform one uninstallation at a time.
Preparing to uninstall on Linux
Use the following steps to launch the uninstallation program from the console interface:
- Navigate to the Lotus Quickr uninstallation directory: quickr_server_root/uninstall.
- Enter ./uninstall.sh -console
The console interface presents the same content as the graphical uninstallation program, only in a textual form. Select the item by entering a number corresponding to your choice and proceed through the uninstallation by pressing Enter.
For example, to select the language that you want to use for the uninstallation, you would see output like the following example:
Licensed Materials - Property of IBM
5724-E76, 5724-E77, 5655-M44
(C) Copyright IBM Corp. 2001, 2010 All Rights Reserved.
Uninstall is proceeding.
Logging to /tmp/wpuninstalllog.txt.
Select a language to be used for this wizard.
[ ] 1 - Czech
[X] 2 - English
[ ] 3 - French
[ ] 4 - German
[ ] 5 - Greek
[ ] 6 - Hungarian
[ ] 7 - Italian
[ ] 8 - Japanese
[ ] 9 - Korean
[ ] 10 - Polish
[ ] 11 - Portuguese
[ ] 12 - Portuguese (Brazil)
[ ] 13 - Russian
[ ] 14 - Simplified Chinese
[ ] 15 - Spanish
[ ] 16 - Traditional Chinese
[ ] 17 - Turkish
To select an item enter its number, or 0 when you are finished: 
- Perform the following post uninstallation steps to ensure a clean system:
Some of the steps might not be required if the uninstallation program removed the information completely.
- Delete the quickr_install_root directory.
Depending on the state of WebSphere® Application Server, you might need to manually uninstall it. Refer to the Uninstalling manually
topic for instructions.
- Perform the following steps to manually delete any remaining DB2® users and groups:
- Enter the following command to delete DB2 users: userdel -r user1; userdel -r user2.
- Enter the following command to delete DB2 groups: groupdel group1; groupdel group2.
- Remove the corresponding home directories for the users and groups that you deleted.
- Enter the following command to delete the DB2 registry when there is no other DB2 installed on the system: rm -Rf /var/db2.
- Enter the following command to delete the gsk installed with DB2 when there is no other DB2 installed on the system: rpm -e gsk7bas.
The following default users and groups should be also deleted:
- User: wpdb2fen, <quickradminuser> This is the name you specified for the administrative user during installation.
- Group: wpdb2iad, wpdb2fad
- Delete the DB2 port line, such as db2c_wpdb2ins 50000/TCP in the following directory: /etc/services
Parent topic: Uninstalling on Linux systems: qp85