Webmin is a web-based system configuration tool for Unix-like systems. It provides a graphical user interface (GUI) to manage system settings, user accounts, and other administration tasks. If you no longer need Webmin on your CentOS 5.5 system, you can uninstall it using the following steps.
Step 1: Stop the Webmin Service
Before uninstalling Webmin, you need to stop the Webmin service. To stop the service, you can use the following command:
sudo service webmin stop
Step 2: Uninstall Webmin
After stopping the Webmin service, you can proceed with the uninstallation process. To uninstall Webmin, you can use the following command:
sudo yum remove webmin
[root@server ~]# /etc/webmin/uninstall.sh Are you sure you want to uninstall Webmin? (y/n) : y Stopping Webmin server in /tmp/webmin-1.550 Running uninstall scripts .. /etc/webmin/uninstall.sh: line 8: /tmp/webmin-1.550/run-uninstalls.pl: No such file or directory Deleting /tmp/webmin-1.550 .. Deleting /etc/webmin .. Done!
This will remove the Webmin package and its dependencies from your system.
Step 3: Remove Webmin Configuration Files (Optional)
If you want to remove the Webmin configuration files as well, you can use the following command:
sudo rm -rf /etc/webmin
This will remove the Webmin configuration files from your system.
Step 4: Restart Your System
After removing Webmin, it is recommended to restart your system to ensure that all Webmin-related processes and services are fully stopped.
- sudo – a command that allows users to run programs with the security privileges of another user, typically the superuser.
- service – a command used to manage services on CentOS.
- yum – a package manager for CentOS.
- rm – a command used to remove files and directories from the file system.
In this guide, we have outlined the steps to uninstall Webmin on CentOS 5.5. By following these steps, you can remove Webmin from your system and free up system resources. If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to comment below.