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    I installed HAAst on my production phone system and now want to remove it from my test system. Is there a REMOVE PROGRAM button in Linux to remove a program like HAAst?

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    Linux does not have a ‘REMOVE PROGRAMS’ commandlet like Windows does – but some Linux distributions do offer a GUI to their package manager.

    To uninstall HAAst you can simply reverse the steps in the installation guide, but in summary you need to:

    1. Delete the /usr/local/haast subdirectory
    2. Delete the /etc/xdg/telium subdirectory (assuming you have no other Telium products installed)
    3. Disable the HAAst service and remove the HAAst service file
    4. Remove the HAAst web config file and restart the HTTP server

    And that’s it. There is no need to remove any prerequisite packages since they are at the OS level, and do nothing if not called upon by an application. (i.e. they don’t require CPU time, etc)

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