I was trying to do some tweaks on Asterisk 1.2, and when I rebooted (Debian) I got the following error:
Unable to connect to remote asterisk (does / var/run/asterisk.ctl exist?)
I thought that was odd, as it had been working for some time so I rebooted again. I got the same error after the reboot, so I decided to to an apt-get remove asterisk to uninstall it. I then reinstalled it using apt-get install asterisk however I am still getting the same error message.
Is there a way to completely wipe ALL the Asterisk files (and subdirectories even if they contain files) from my machine? I basically want to do a 100% fresh install and make sure all remnants of the previous install are gone.