Hello. I recently installed a Cisco vpnc connection thinking in error that I required it. I have completely removed the software but a *.conf file remains. It is contained in /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/vpn.d/vpnc.
When I right-click on the network applet in the system tray, it shows the vpnc connection. If I select it, nothing happens.
I would like to remove all trace of it. Can I simply delete the folder /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/vpn.d/vpnc and its only file (the .conf file) or is there something else I must do? Will the system panic if it can't find the file and/or folder next time I boot it?
The system tools only configure connections; they do not provide for removal.
The folder /var/run/vpnc is empty.