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This is actually an administration problem.  If you didn't save the log of 
'make install' there is no automatic way to uninstall.  The only thing you 
can do is to try to find all files below certain directory (probably 
/usr/local) which are in vicinity of each other in respect to ctime 
(find(1) program could help you here).  Another way could be that you do 
another installation in a separate directory tree, e.g.:

./configure --prefix=/usr/local/stow/openldap-2.0.23
make depend all test
make install

Then do something like:

find /usr/local/stow/openldap-2.0.23 -type f |
while read f; do
        find /usr/local -name $f
done | grep -v /usr/local/stow/openldap-2.0.23 > openldap-files.list

After saving the configuration files and inspecting the generated list:

rm `cat openldap-files.list`

or similar.

If you are doing a reinstall of the same version, this procedure should 
catch all files.

NB:  The stow package can save quite a bit of time in cases like this.  If 
one cares about her system and has many self-compiled packages, she should 
definitely have stow installed.

Please respond to "Mclean, Patrick" <Patrick.Mclean@dsto.defence.gov.au> 
Sent by:        owner-openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org
To:     "'openldap-software@openldap.org'" <openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org>
Subject:        RE: Sec:U ERROR

I can't find any other solution to my 'errno=97' problem so Iam going to
uninstall and start again; but I am having trouble finding instructions on
uninstalling openLDAP.  Does anybody know where I can find uninstall
instructions, or of a nice clean way to uninstall. - sincerley Pat

>  -----Original Message-----
> From:                  Mclean, Patrick 
> Sent:          Tuesday, 2 April 2002 10:44 AM
> To:            'openldap-software@openldap.org'
> Subject:               Sec:U ERROR
> Hi,
> I have read the common errors link regarding errno=97, but I can't 
> the message.  Whenever I cannot reach my ldap directory this is the 
> message in the log file, whenever this is logged I am unable to contact
> the directory.  If it did not go away on restarting slapd, I would have 
> reboot; but now every time slapd is started (even after reboot) this
> message is logged and I cannot contact the directory as a result.  I 
> had the directory running for about 6 months with know real problems
> except when this error message turns up.  If anyone can help I would be
> very grateful.  The error is:- 'errno:97 (Address family not supported 
> protocol)', and this seems to be causing the problems, unless the real
> problem just propagates this error as well, in which case this message 
> just confusing the issue.
> Regards - Pat