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Hi,

I have a Linux Fedora Core 4 webserver hosting several domains. These server is managed by Plesk. However by accident I exceeded the maximum number of domains allowed by my license and now I cannot delete unused domains using Plesk.

How can I manually delete some domains using the Linux console ?

Thank you,
Antonio
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