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Manually uninstalling ServerProtect for Linux (SPLX) 3.0

    • Updated:
    • 1 Mar 2015
    • Product/Version:
    • ServerProtect for Linux 3.0
    • Platform:
    • Linux - Red Hat RHEL 3 32-bit
    • Linux - SuSE version 10
Summary

Use this procedure if you are unable to properly uninstall SPLX 3.0 using the "rpm –e SProtectLinux" command.

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To manually uninstall SPLX 3.0, please do the following:
    1. If you have registered the SPLX server to Trend Micro Control Manager (TMCM), unregister it by doing either of the following:
      • Unregister it from the TMCM console
      • Run the following command on the SPLX server:
        # cd /opt/Trendmiro/SProtectLinux/SPLX.util/
        # ./CMconfig
    2. Terminate the following processes using the kill, pkill, or killall command if they are running:
      • splx
      • splxcore
      • entity
      • vsapiapp
      • splxhttpd
      • virus_catch_monitor
    3. Unload the kernel hook module:
      # /sbin/rmmod –f splxmod
    4. Delete the SPLX scripts:
      # rm /etc/init.d/splx
    5. Delete the SPLX program directory:
      # rm -rf /opt/TrendMicro/SProtectLinux
    6. Delete the SPLX log directory:
      # rm -rf /var/log/TrendMicro
    7. Delete the cron table settings file:
      # rm //etc/cron.d/splx
    8. Delete the SPLX device files:
      #rm /dev/splxdev
      Note: The device files are normally deleted when the kernel hook module is unloaded.
    9. If you are using KDE, delete the following shortcuts:
      • Trend Micro ServerProtect for Linux on the desktop
      • Start Applications MenuSystem or System Tools > Trend Micro ServerProtect
    10. Open the /etc/ld.so.conf file and delete the following line:
      /opt/TrendMicro/SProtectLinux/SPLX.lib
    11. Remove the SPLX entry from the RPM database:
      # rpm –e SProtectLinux –justdb
    12. Restart the operating system.
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Category:
Troubleshoot; Uninstall
Solution Id:
1036801
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