How do I completely remove a service in Linux?
- systemctl stop [servicename]
- systemctl disable [servicename]
- rm /etc/systemd/system/[servicename]
- rm /etc/systemd/system/[servicename] # and symlinks that might be related.
- rm /usr/lib/systemd/system/[servicename]
How do I get rid of systemd? You need to start the system in single user mode (press e on a line of the grub menu, add single, enter), or run a Live CD and chroot to your system, to remove systemd-sysv (not systemd) and reinstall sysvinit.
How do I list services in Linux? The easiest way to list services on Linux, when you are on a SystemV init system, is to use the “service” command followed by “–status-all” option. This way, you will be presented with a complete list of services on your system. As you can see, each service is listed preceded by symbols under brackets.
How do I uninstall sudo apt get?
- Using apt remove. To remove a package using ‘remove’ simply type : $ sudo apt remove <package-name>
- Using apt purge. We can very easily remove packages with the ‘purge’ command as such : $ sudo apt purge <package-name>