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    APF Removal

    I am giving CSF a try and so far like what I see. I removed APF with the following commands:

    rm -fv /etc/cron.daily/fw
    chkconfig –del apf
    rm -frv /etc/apf

    But it appears that I still have 'symlinks' for the following in /usr/local/sbin:

    apf -> /etc/apf/apf
    fwmgr -> /etc/apf/apf

    These two items are blinking. How can I safely remove them?

    Thanks in advance!

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    just do a locate / find for apf and you can remove them manually
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    Not sure I understand what you are suggesting. /etc/apf is not longer on the server. But in /usr/local/sbin these links remain:

    apf -> /etc/apf/apf
    fwmgr -> /etc/apf/apf

    Need to know how to remove the links.

    Thanks!

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    Yes you can remove them. However to find whether there are more of apf in the server

    1. locate apf
    2. rm -rf those

    You can just execute this one single command

    locate apf | xargs rm -rf
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    Quote Originally Posted by smrtalex View Post
    I am giving CSF a try and so far like what I see. I removed APF with the following commands:
    Get into the csf source directory and run the following.

    ./disable_apf_bfd.sh
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    Here is what removed them for me:

    rm -rf /usr/local/sbin/apf
    rm -rf /usr/local/sbin/fwmgr

    I think I was just making this more complicated than it was. Thanks for everyones help!

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