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hello guys, how should i remove or uninstall server applications like php, apache and mysql? i was able to install Cent.OS 5 but those said applications were already bundled upon ...
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    Question Uninstalling/ Removing server applications


    hello guys,

    how should i remove or uninstall server applications like php, apache and mysql? i was able to install Cent.OS 5 but those said applications were already bundled upon installation(which actually outdated).

    any idea how should i exclude them ("next time around") and some other apps?

    tanx in advanced!! peace out!!

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    I'm a debian guy, so I'm not 100% sure. Follow the directions on this link.

    Managing Software with yum

    It's for 4, but I doubt yum has changed very much.

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    from this doc, step 5 and 28 is where you would remove those on install
    CentOS Installation

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    thanks for the replies guys... ill try to check those out...

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    im actually looking for the command base of removing those application... not with graphical interface...

    any suggestion?...



    anyway thanks for the idea...

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    yum is a command line package manager only. Have you checked the link posted by wesley_morris2000?
    Check here.
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