How to completely remove easycopy from a system on UNIX

EasyCopy's default installation directory depends on the platform - and EasyCopy may also have been installed in a non-default place. The basic step in uninstalling easycopy is to go to and do:

./uninstall 

This will remove most of the files in and it's subdirectories. It will also remove EasyCopy's invocation scripts. To remove the few remaining files go one level up and do:

rm -rf    EASYCOPY_DIR 

If you setup your system to automatically start the license daemon at system start you must also remove a couple of files found in the sysV init directories.

rm -rf /etc/rc?.d/*[0-9]ecdaemon

rm -rf /etc/init.d/*[0-9]ecdaemon 

You may have to manually remove print queues that you created using easycopy.