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Re: Is this a "Stupid Question" ?

From: "Reid Thompson" <Reid(dot)Thompson(at)ateb(dot)com>
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Subject: Re: Is this a "Stupid Question" ?
Date: 2004-06-28 13:07:34
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perhaps this is why you've received no answer?????

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From: "Reid Thompson" <removed >
To: "Adam Smith" <adamsmith at econ dot com>

I'd suggest looking at the original installations manifast/package
listing and then verifying that all parts of said listing are removed.
I'm not familiar with BSD, but I believe it is likely to have some form
of package manager(apt??) that should enable you to get some sort of
list.  IF not, then looking through an rpm package should provide a list
of all the files.

Adam Smith wrote:
> I have posted this and similar questions repeatedly and can't  even 
>raise  a single response. I am being led to believe that this then 
>'Must be a  stupid question' although people say that there is no 
>stupid question.  Is that another for political correctness
>=20
> I am attempting an install of 7.4.3 on FreeBSD O/S 4.9, apparently
> remnants of 7.3.x are scattered around on the disk from (a) previous
> ports installation, causing mutex_lock/unlock, libpq.so and other
> installation problems. I want to reconfigure and reinstall. How do I
> know what, & where all these fragments are located or how do
> I uninstall
> all of them or at least those that should be removed.
>=20
> Thanks
>=20
> --  Adam  --
> PS I should probably use the name Eve instead!
>=20
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