Uninstall LVE cPanel Plugin for End-User
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  2. 28.01.2011
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How to uninstall/remove lve-cpanel-plugin ?

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  1. 28.01.2011 14:01:14
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Igor Seletskiy Accepted Answer
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Try running yum remove lve-cpanel-plugin
If that doesn\'t remove everything follow it up with: /scripts/upcp
  1. 04.09.2020 23:09:01
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Hello
I have been installed the Cloud Linux 7.8 on my server, but Cloud Linux live manager has some problem with kernel
I already reboot the server for a few times but still has the same issue
Reboot your system to update the kernel.
If this message is displayed after reboot, please contact support
Please advise us what we need to do to solve it
  1. 07.09.2020 11:09:09
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Sergey Khristich Accepted Answer
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Hello
I have been installed the Cloud Linux 7.8 on my server, but Cloud Linux live manager has some problem with kernel
I already reboot the server for a few times but still has the same issue
Reboot your system to update the kernel.
If this message is displayed after reboot, please contact support
Please advise us what we need to do to solve it

Hello Frank,
In this case, you need to check if the Cloud Linux kernel is installed:

rpm -qa| grep kernel| sort

To distinguish from others - lve will appear in the package name, for example: kernel-3.10.0-962.3.2.lve1.5.28.el7.x86_64
If the kernel is installed, you need to configure grub (/etc/grub2.conf) so that the Cloud Linux kernel appears first in the list. And it will be used by default after server reboot:

# grubby --default-kernel

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