Installing and Removing pfBlockerNG Leaves Shell Scripts in webConfigurator Messages
On reboot after installing and then uninstalling pfBlockerNG, a few shell scripts remain in the shutdown/reboot message in the webConfigurator. These scripts also still exist.
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#3 Updated by Jim Pingle about 2 months ago
- Project changed from pfSense to pfSense Packages
- Category changed from Web Interface to pfBlockerNG
Is there a compelling reason to keep the shell scripts around even if the user didn't choose that? Typically a user would only expect "settings" to be kept (read: items in config.xml) and not files on the disk. But if there is a compelling case to keep them, it may be OK.
Ideally they should be cleaned up on uninstall, though.
#4 Updated by Viktor Gurov about 2 months ago
BBcan177 . wrote:
Before you uninstall, you need to uncheck "Keep Settings" in the General Tab.
it doesn't help