Uninstallation

Linux

To uninstall a single distribution of a product the relevant subdirectories for that product and version simply need to be deleted from within the following directories:

arch:In the openeye/arch directory is a platform specific subdirectory. Within this are directories for each installed product and within those are subdirectories for each version of the product. Delete the subdirectory for the version which is to be uninstalled. For example, to delete or uninstall v1.0.0 of a product, delete the folder “<product_name>/1.0.0”.
data:In the openeye/data directory is a subdirectory for each installed product and within those are subdirectories for each version of the product. Delete the subdirectory for the version which is to be uninstalled.

Windows

OpenEye applications can be uninstalled through the Windows Control Panel. Open the Control Panel and select Programs and features, then select the application and click Uninstall.

For graphical applications, uninstallation also removes the application’s link from the desktop and Start menu.

Uninstallation of the OpenEye applications does not automatically uninstallation the MS-MPI, installated with the applications. To uninstall MS-MPI, you must follow the procedure through Windows Control Panel separately for MS-MPI.

macOS

To uninstall a single distribution of an application simply drag the application from the Application folder to the Trash.

Some applications may, at the user’s request, install symbolic links in the /usr/local/bin directory, and modify the PATH variable in the .openeyerc.* file(s) in the user’s home directory. The symbolic links may be safely deleted after uninstallation, and the .openeyerc.* file(s) can be edited, if desired, to remove obsolete entries.