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Armbian-config uninstall Pi-Hole, Radarr and Sonarr


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Hi,

 

    I have Armbian-Buster installed on my ODROID-HC2. And everything is working perfectly.

    But today I opened armbian-config and installed Pi-Hole, installed OK.

    Checked to install Radarr. Installed OK

    Checked to install Sonarr. Said it is not installed, the check is not marked, but it was installed and I can even see the /etc/systemd/system/sonarr.service file. 

 

    OK. I want to REMOVE all three. 

 

    When I open armbian-config and select the pi-hole or Radarr, the interface just blinks and return to the list, Nothing is uninstalled. 

    Where's the log file so I can see what may be the problem ?

    How can I manually uninstall these packages completely, and all it's needed  dependencies  ?

 

    Thanks....

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1 hour ago, AlexAntao said:

I have Armbian-Buster installed on my ODROID-HC2. And everything is working perfectly.

    But today I opened armbian-config and installed Pi-Hole, installed OK.

    Checked to install Radarr. Installed OK

    Checked to install Sonarr. Said it is not installed, the check is not marked, but it was installed and I can even see the /etc/systemd/system/sonarr.service file. 


Those applications might interfere with one or another. Which is why some installation failed.
 

1 hour ago, AlexAntao said:

Nothing is uninstalled. 


Uninstall will be implemented when you will start to help coding. You need this feature, I don't. https://github.com/armbian/config

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Can't understand why somebody can waste his time and also my time to say nothing relevant.

If I had enough time to help coding, I would, certainly. And I don't care if you need or don't.

The purpose of the forum is to help, so, If you can't, please don't.

 

Thanks.

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1 hour ago, AlexAntao said:

Can't understand why somebody can waste his time and also my time to say nothing relevant.

Can't understand why somebody can waste his time and also my time to ask questions which can be answered by a google search ;)

 

Uninstall command for pi-hole:

pihole uninstall

 

Also check this additional page for uninstalling pi-hole:
https://discourse.pi-hole.net/t/how-to-fully-uninstall-pihole/14133

 

sonarr uninstall could be the reverse of the normal install ( sudo apt install nzbdrone ) :

sudo apt remove nzbdrone
see: https://github.com/Sonarr/Sonarr/wiki/Installation#Linux

 

radarr seem to be a fork of sonarr (but why installing both at a time?)

radarr uninstall could be the reverse of the normal install ( sudo apt install curl mediainfo ) :

sudo apt remove curl mediainfo

see: https://github.com/Radarr/Radarr/wiki/Installation

 

BTW: Did you know that @Igor is the owner of this forum? He has surely other needs than the most users :) 

 

Quote

@Igor did wrote somewhere:
This is community project. You can help with anything what we do to save time
from those who knows but have no time.

 

So now I saved some time for the people "who knows" :) (more than me)....

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@Igor

@guidol

 

igor,   why didn't u simply take this standard answer.

Guidol, I think the question of OP is fair. He wasn't rude. So, we shall be nice too, I think.

 

Standard, if u r not in the mood:

 

As much as we’d like to tackle every problem, we have to be selective about the issues we address formally.

 

The core Armbian team is quite small and serves a very large user base. We strongly encourage the community to participate and contribute.

 

See our get involved documentation on how you can help or encourage others.

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13 hours ago, Tido said:

 

@guidol

Guidol, I think the question of OP is fair. He wasn't rude. So, we shall be nice too, I think.

I wasnt also rude, but I copied a part of his first sentence to my answer BUT added a smiley and did put some more in the additional text.

And I did try to help him with some ideas & links - wasnt that nice enough? 

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1 hour ago, guidol said:

And I did try to help him with some ideas & links

I know you are our specialist on  Pi-Hole, and I am grateful for that.

However, the OP had very specific questions/requests like I did the same just recently (Spam).  Then every other post is simply spam that doesn't answer the question.

So, he wasn't wasting your time ;)   he just wanted to know how to get his install back to the state it was before and really get rid of everything.

 

To me, fair enough, because even Linux leaves back some traces (not only Windows) - as I had to learn it the hard-way myself.

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