Uninstalling InfoPrint Manager for Linux

There are two ways to uninstall InfoPrint Manager for Linux. You can uninstall the application preserving the data, allowing you to reinstall InfoPrint Manager for Linux for further utilization or without data preservation, completely removing all files and file systems, in which case all InfoPrint Manager data will be lost. We strongly recommend that you backup your system in case of uninstallation, it will allow you to restore the system in case you need to.

To uninstall InfoPrint Manager for Linux with data preservation, allowing to to reinstall keeping existing objects, follow the steps:

  1. Login as root.
  2. Open a terminal and mount the latest service DVD-ROM running the command:
     mount /dev/cdrom /media/<mount_point>
  3. Run the command:
    /media/<mount_point>/setup -u d
  4. InfoPrint Manager will be uninstalled, keeping all data required for it to run in case of a reinstallation.

To uninstall InfoPrint Manager for Linux without data preservation, loosing the ability to get to the application current state:

  1. Login as root.
  2. Open a terminal and mount the latest service DVD-ROM running the command:
    mount /dev/cdrom /media/<mount_point>
  3. Run the command:
    /media/<mount_point>/setup -u c
  4. You will be asked to confirm that you are sure you want to uninstall InfoPrint Manager.
  5. Enter y and hit Enter.
  6. InfoPrint Manager will be uninstalled, loosing all data required for it to run in case of a reinstallation.