Hai Yi wrote:
> hey, peter:
> thanks! I checked using dpkg, it didn't return anything, so all point to the
> direction that postgresql is not there; but why nmap insists that postgresql
> is open? Also, i start tomcat but it's not reported by nmap. I'll send the
> question to nmap's forum and see what they say.
> thx again!
> On Tue, Aug 18, 2009 at 12:12 AM, Peter Jay Salzman <email@example.com
>> On Tue 18 Aug 09, 12:07 AM, Hai Yi <firstname.lastname@example.org
>>> hello all:
>>> I noitced that postgresql has been installed on my ubuntu box, i no
>>> use it, but there are few entries of postgresql in the application
>>> and becomes a eyesore.
>>> I tried to remove it by launching:
>>> sudo apt-get -f remove postgresql
>>> the message shows:
>>> Reading package lists... Done
>>> Building dependency tree
>>> Reading state information... Done
>>> Package postgresql is not installed, so not removed
>>> 0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 97 not upgraded.
>>> However, if I use nmap to test the running apps, it shows:
>>> PORT STATE SERVICE
>>> 22/tcp open ssh
>>> 631/tcp open ipp
>>> 5432/tcp open postgresql
>>> 8009/tcp open ajp13
>>> I am confused, anyone has any idea?
>> Hai, to get the exact name of the postgresql package try this:
>> dpkg -l "*postgre*" | grep ii
>> It'll search for all installed packages (grep ii) with the string
>> "postgre" somewhere in the package name (dpkg -l "*postgre*").
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