I briefly installed sabnzbd with DietPi before deciding to run it on my NAS instead. I installed it and removed it with dietpi-software, yet I still have an sabnzbd process running. I’ve tried installing/uninstalling again, but the process is still there. I must have done something manually because sab required python 2.7 instead of 3, but I don’t know how to reverse it. What is the proper way to remove this completely?
root@DietPi:~# ps aux | grep sab
sabnzbd 1573 0.8 0.9 248260 37012 ? Ssl 10:33 0:03 /usr/bin/python2.7 -OO /etc/sabnzbd/SABnzbd.py -b 0 -f /etc/sabnzbd/sabnzbd.ini
did you reboot your system after removal? Usually all these thinks should be removed. What version of DietPi you are running?
I’ve rebooted a few times for the HomeAssistant issue you’ve also been helping me with. Removing sabnzbd isn’t a huge priority right now; it’s something I noticed while I was waiting for docker setup to finish. I am on 6.34.1 beta now. I vaguely remember having to do something manually when I first started using DietPi last year because sab was still on 2.7 and DietPi was on 3, but I don’t remember what I did or how to reverse it. Documentation is always the bane of my existence, whether it’s with computers, recipes, or changing the oil on my car
basically these are the removal steps according dietpi-software
systemctl disable --now sabnzbd
rm -R /etc/systemd/system/sabnzbd.service*
rm -R /etc/systemd/system/sabnzbd.service.d
getent passwd sabnzbd > /dev/null && userdel sabnzbd
getent group sabnzbd > /dev/null && groupdel sabnzbd # Pre-v6.33
rm -R /etc/sabnzbd
rm -R /var/log/sabnzbd