you stop the running daemon. Run this before you delete the installation directory!
Configurations/databases reside in
If you have crashed a database stop daemon and delete databases in storage directory. Then start daemon again
Hi @Repetier.I just wanted to try Repetier-server to see what it is, I'm on a machine that will not be connected to the printer so I want to properly uninstall and revert any modifications the installer did.But I'm now discovering that there's no automated uninstall process, so I have to do it by hand... I'm not happy having to take time to cleanup So first, the uninstallLaunchd.sh script is failing because you changed the name of the daemon launcher file from "RepetierServer.plist" to "com.repetier-server.RepetierServer.plist".And then I discovered that the installer created a User profile. I hope I haven't missed anything else. If so, please tell me. I hate discovering leftover from old apps bloating up my computer. I carry on my OS installation from machine to machine. I never reinstall it, I only update.ThanksAnd here is the full script to completely remove (I hope) Repetier-server:sudo launchctl unload /Library/LaunchDaemons/com.repetier-server.RepetierServer.plistsudo rm /Library/LaunchDaemons/com.repetier-server.RepetierServer.plistsudo rm -rf /usr/local/Repetier-Serversudo rm -rf /Library/Application\ Support/Repetier-Serversudo dscl localhost delete Local/Default/Users/repetierserversudo dscl localhost delete Local/Default/Groups/repetierserver