How To Uninstall / Re-Install XCode 4

August 20th, 2011 § 0 comments § permalink

hi every one, I was trying to uninstall xcode 4, and I managed to uninstall it, but, when i want to re-install, i can’t get it from AppStore, it still marked as installed.
I was trying to remove all of the folder and no luck. After some time (15 minutes) go around to my folders, I found out “Install XCode” still in my /Application folder, that’s the reason why appStore keep it as Installed.
If you want to re-install the XCode, you just need to double click on “Install XCode” again and it will start the Installation step again.

This is a my small tips to uninstall XCode:

#from Terminal
$ sudo /Developer/Library/uninstall-devtools --mode=all
# or
$ sudo /Xcode4/Library/uninstall-devtools --mode=all

Depend on where is your Xcode get installed, sometime it’s not installed in /Developer but /Xcode4 because you have previous version Xcode 3.x

If you want the fresh Installation file of XCode, you will need to delete “Install Xcode” in /Application folder, and go to appStore again to download it.

thanks is all, talk to you guys soon, if you have some questions, just POKE me.


Turn Off cPanel

July 4th, 2011 § 0 comments § permalink

Hi all,

See you again here. I was facing some problem with my VPS (Virtual Private Server). I have VPS that’s running testing website, and some development site.
I use Virtualmin control panel from Webmin, not the paid one 😀

My problem started when i saw cPanel installation script in my server list account (Server Control Panel). Then bad thing from me is, alway want to try something new, event i don’t know what is that and what will happen to my server. Any way, i click one the installation script to install cPanel. it took almost 1 day to finish it up.

After installing cPanel, i hadn’t realize that cPanel change all my server configuration until i try to create an other domain using Virtualmin.

What has cPanel change for my server:
– Changing my root access permission
– Changing my MySQL root access password
– Changing MySQL services, Server and Client to an other repo
– Putting Cron job to reset MySQL root password every minute
– Disabling YUM to update core services
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