Ephesoft Linux Uninstallation guide – Ubuntu 13.10

Prerequisites

  • Before proceeding for Ephesoft uninstallation please make sure that Ephesoft must be installed on the system.

Installation Steps

Please follow the step by step uninstallation of Ephesoft on Linux operating system through command line installer:

  • Run the uninstallation script using command “sudo ./uninstall”. The script must be run as a super user hence we have put sudo before the script name. Uninstallation will be interrupted if script is not run as super user.

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  • Uninstallation script will identify whether the Ephesoft server is already running or not. User has an option to forcefully stop the server. It is always recommended to stop the server before proceeding with the uninstallation.

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  • Selecting “y” option will forcefully stop the Ephesoft server. After that script will remove the Ephesoft application installed on the system.

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  • Once Ephesoft application is uninstalled successfully it will ask for uninstalling the SharedFolders. User has an option “y” or “n” for uninstalling SharedFolders.

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  • Selecting “y” option will uninstall the SharedFolders completely from the system. Now, uninstallation script will start uninstalling the dependent software’s which were being installed at the time of installation. First, it will ask for the uninstallation for Imagemagick as shown in the below screen shot:

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  • Selecting “y” option will uninstall the Imagemagick from the system. Uninstallation script will then ask for uninstallation of GhostScript as shown in the below screenshot:

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  • Selecting “y” option will uninstall the GhostScript from the system. Uninstallation script will then ask for uninstalling the MySQL database installed on the system as shown in the below screen shot:

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  • Selecting “y” option will uninstall the MySQL database installed on the system as shown in the below screen shot:

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  • After successful uninstallation of MySQL database, uninstallation script will ask for the uninstallation of Libreoffice from the system as shown in the below screen shot:

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  • Selecting “y” option will remove the Libreoffice from the system. Uninstallation script will then ask for the uninstallation of Tesseract from the system as shown in the below screenshot:

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  • While uninstalling Tesseract, first Leptonica will be uninstalled as shown in the below screen shot:

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  • Once Leptonica is uninstalled successfully, script will then uninstall the Tesseract. Uninstallation script will then ask for the uninstallation of Nuance from the system as shown in the below screenshot:

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  • While uninstalling Nuance, first POCO will be uninstalled as shown in the below screen shot:

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  • Once POCO is uninstalled successfully, script will then uninstall the Nuance from the system as shown in the below screen shot:

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  • After successful uninstallation of Nuance from the system, Uninstallation script will now disable the firewall setting for tomcat port number and database port number as shown in the below screen shot:

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  • Once firewall settings are disabled successfully, Ephesoft is successfully uninstalled on the machine as shown in the below screen shot:

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