The FDDI deinstall script reverses the FDDI software installation process. You may want to reverse the installation process if you are removing the workgroup EISA SGI adapter from a workstation.
Run the FDDI deinstall script as follows:
Step 1 Log in as superuser.
Step 2 Change to the /usr/local/cfddi directory ,
Step 3 Enter the following command:
Step 4 Follow the instructions to deinstall the FDDI software.
The following is an example of the ./deinstall.fddi script:
deinstall.fddiYou have invoked the deinstall.fddi script. Which is used to deinstall software for the FDDI EISA Adapters. Do you wish to remove the EISA FDDI driver (y/n) [y] ?
yconfiguring kernel...................done Do you wish to remove the /usr/local/cfddi directory too (y/n) [n]?
yRemoving directory ... done. A log of the de-installation is in /tmp/./deinstall.fddi.log console#