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I am new to linux and I was able to install pbxnsip on ubuntu 9.04 . I deleted all the files under /usr/local/pbxnsip but when I go to http://ip address, I still see the pbxnsip available and was able to login. Is there any documentation how the webserver for pbxnsip is working? Also How do I completly uninstall pbxnsip?

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I am new to linux and I was able to install pbxnsip on ubuntu 9.04 . I deleted all the files under /usr/local/pbxnsip but when I go to http://ip address, I still see the pbxnsip available and was able to login. Is there any documentation how the webserver for pbxnsip is working? Also How do I completly uninstall pbxnsip?

 

 

Ummm, yeah, pbxnsip is probably still running. The http server and related files are embedded in the binary. So if you have the application running, this is what you are seeing.

 

 

Hope this helps.

 

Billy

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Ummm, yeah, pbxnsip is probably still running. The http server and related files are embedded in the binary. So if you have the application running, this is what you are seeing.

 

 

Hope this helps.

 

Billy

 

Looks like PBX is still running. You can verify it by typing 'ps -ef | grep pbx' on a terminal. If you restart the server, the PBX process will not start since you have deleted the folder.

 

You could have used 'service pbxnsip stop' to stop the process.

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