11.3 Unattended Uninstallation of eDirectory on Linux

  1. Remove the instances of eDirectory:

    ndsconfig rm -a <user name> -w passwd -c 
  2. Use either of the following in the automated script for the de-configuration of eDirectory:

    Passing the password through environment variable: ndsconfig rm -a <user name> -w env:<environment variable> -c

    Passing the password through file: ndsconfig rm -a <user name> -w file:<filename with absolute/relative path> -c

  3. (Optional) In case of multiple instances, run the following command for individual instances:

    ndsconfig rm -a <user name> -w passwd  --config-file <absolute path for configuration file>

    For example:

    ndsconfig rm -a admin.novell -w n -c
    ndsconfig rm -a admin.novell -w env:ADM_PASWD -c
    ndsconfig rm -a admin.novell -w file:/Builds/88SP8/adm_paswd -c
  4. To uninstall the eDirectory packages, run the nds-uninstall script to remove the eDirectory packages:

    nds-uninstall -u