I've installed software to our administration machine. The problem is that i cannot start the software or uninstall it, as it is not in any directory on the machine. I tried to install it at /pack/CST/... but it is not there and a locate on CST or cst returns nothing. The software is installed from a DVD and not a repository.
I've tried to reboot the machine, as i thought i might had something to do with the software being loaded in some sort of tmpfs but that didn't help.
I've looked through the entire /etc to check for any relations to the software, but unsuccessfully.
I'm out of ideas, to what can cause this problem, anyone got any ideas??
EDIT: I downloaded the iso wich i mounted with:
sudo mount -o loop /path/to/iso.iso /path/to/mountpoint sudo /path/to/mountpoint/install.sh
Ran the install GUI via an X-session. I choose to install the software in /pack/CST/... but when it exited it said that the software had been installed to /tmp/... There was nothing in tmp, so i decided to reboot the machine and did a full find to see if there was anything left of the software, removed what looked like it could be related. It had placed a script in all the /etc/rs* folder which I removed with:
sudo update-rc.d -f scriptname -r
I rebooted the machine again, just to be sure. When i run the installer again, it tells me that the software is installed in NULL and i have to remove before installing it.
/pack/ is a mountpoint for /q/system/pack
What i expected was that the software would be installed in /pack/CST, but it seems to be lock in the system, but I am unable to locate where.