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How To Uninstall restricted-ssh-commands On Debian 9

To uninstall restricted-ssh-commands just follow these instructions.

Uninstall just restricted-ssh-commands

Restrict SSH users to a predefined set of commandsDebian 9.0net0.3-2
sudo apt-get remove restricted-ssh-commands

This will remove just the restricted-ssh-commands package itself.

Uninstall restricted-ssh-commands and its dependencies

sudo apt-get remove --auto-remove restricted-ssh-commands

This will remove the restricted-ssh-commands package and any other dependant packages which are no longer needed.

Purging your config/data too

If you also want to delete your local/config files for restricted-ssh-commands then this will work.

 Caution! Purged config/data can not be restored by reinstalling the package.
sudo apt-get purge restricted-ssh-commands

Or similarly, like this restricted-ssh-commands

sudo apt-get purge --auto-remove restricted-ssh-commands

Package Data

Packagerestricted-ssh-commands
Version0.3-2
MaintainerBenjamin Drung <bdrung@debian.org>
Home pagehttps://github.com/bdrung/restricted-ssh-commands
DescriptionRestrict SSH users to a predefined set of commands
Distrodebian
Releasestretch
Repomain
Sectionnet

Dependencies

restricted-ssh-commands is not dependent on any other packages.