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SignalK Uninstall Webapp
#1
Hi,

how can i uninstall Webapps in signalk? I have only found the option to install and update. 

I tried to uninstall with npm on the command linde but got these errors:

pi@openplotter:~/.signalk/node_modules $ sudo npm uninstall skwiz
removed 1 package and audited 156 packages in 5.682s
found 13 vulnerabilities (2 low, 9 moderate, 2 high)
  run `npm audit fix` to fix them, or `npm audit` for details
pi@openplotter:~/.signalk/node_modules $ npm audit fix
npm ERR! code ELOCKVERIFY
npm ERR! Errors were found in your package-lock.json, run  npm install  to fix them.
npm ERR!     Invalid: lock file's @ib236/sailinstruments@0.1.10 does not satisfy @ib236/sailinstruments@^0.1.11
npm ERR!     Missing: @signalk/aisreporter@^1.0.1
npm ERR!     Invalid: lock file's @signalk/freeboard-sk@0.0.4 does not satisfy @signalk/freeboard-sk@^1.1.0
npm ERR!     Invalid: lock file's signalk-anchoralarm-plugin@1.6.0 does not satisfy signalk-anchoralarm-plugin@^1.8.0
npm ERR!     Missing: signalk-data-logger@0.0.1

npm ERR! A complete log of this run can be found in:
npm ERR!     /home/pi/.npm/_logs/2019-01-05T12_37_22_699Z-debug.log
pi@openplotter:~/.signalk/node_modules $
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#2
Check this doc at the end
https://github.com/SignalK/signalk-serve...PLUGINS.md
/Mats
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#3
(01-06-2019, 02:02 AM)MatsA Wrote: Check this doc at the end
https://github.com/SignalK/signalk-serve...PLUGINS.md
/Mats

I just followed that process and it works just fine and gives a better understanding of the environment of  the plugins. My only criticism is that the document states "to remove plugins that you installed yourself" - that is ambiguous. I initially interpreted it to mean plugins that I had manually installed i.e. not via the server interface ...

The server interface really should have an uninstall option ..

edit:
And I've just realised that it remains listed as an installed plugin in the server interface. How do I get rid of that ??
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#4
(07-13-2019, 01:23 PM)garysmith Wrote:
(01-06-2019, 02:02 AM)MatsA Wrote: Check this doc at the end
https://github.com/SignalK/signalk-serve...PLUGINS.md
/Mats

I just followed that process and it works just fine and gives a better understanding of the environment of  the plugins. My only criticism is that the document states "to remove plugins that you installed yourself" - that is ambiguous. I initially interpreted it to mean plugins that I had manually installed i.e. not via the server interface ...

The server interface really should have an uninstall option ..

edit:
And I've just realised that it remains listed as an installed plugin in the server interface. How do I get rid of that ??
I think the writing was referring to that there are pre-installed plugins.....

Seems to be a bug ? The best way to proceed is to raise the question in the SignalK Slack channel "#plugins". If not already there get an invite via http://slack-invite.signalk.org /Mats
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