Remove passbolt completely is there a script?

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I installed passbolt but it was impossible to make it work on a server that I have that is already occupying port 443, now I want to completely uninstall passbolt and I can not find information about it. How do I remove passbolt from my system with everything I install?
I followed the installation of fedora that by the way did not match with md5. in this link Install Community Edition on Fedora: Passbolt Install Guide now I have to remove it from fedora.
how do i leave fedora clean again?


I wrote a script to setup passbolt CE/PRO on most Linux Distributions. In this script, I handle passbolt removal here: lib/functions.bash · main · AnatomicJC / passbolt-setup · GitLab

Basically, for your Fedora:

# Remove passbolt / nginx / mysql / mariadb / php and remirepo packages
sudo dnf remove -y $(rpm -qa --qf "%{NAME}\n" | grep -iE "(passbolt|nginx|mysql|mariadb|php|remi)")
# Remove repo
sudo rm -f /etc/yum.repos.d/passbolt.repo
# Just in case remove passbolt files
sudo rm -rf /usr/share/php/passbolt/
sudo rm -rf /etc/passbolt
sudo rm -rf /var/lib/passbolt

To my opinion, Fedora is not the right OS to install passbolt. Packages are there but latest supported Fedora is 38 whereas Fedora 40 is the latest release.

My opinion is passbolt is most tested / supported on deb distributions like Debian / Ubuntu.

If you prefer rpm world, you should go with a RHEL derivative like Rocky or Alma.

My 2 cents,