EasyCopy’s default installation directory on Linux is /usr/local/easycopy – but EasyCopy may also have been installed in a non-default place. The basic step in uninstalling EasyCopy is to change directory to the installation directory and do:
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 system initialization directories.
rm -rf /etc/rc?.d/*[0-9]ecdaemon
rm -rf /etc/init.d/*[0-9]ecdaemon