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Problems With Trying to uninstall Vmware Server On Ubuntu 8.04

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I Am trying to uninstall vmware server of my machine after an unsuccessful install, while running the perl script to uninstall the software i was presented with the following error message:-

 chris@ubuntu-vmware:~$ sudo /home/chris/Desktop/vmware-server/bin/'/'
sudo: /home/chris/Desktop/vmware-server/bin/ command not found
chris@ubuntu-vmware:~$ sudo /home/chris/Desktop/vmware-server/bin/
Uninstalling the tar installation of VMware Server.

Unable to find the answer INITSCRIPTSDIR in the installer database
(/etc/vmware/locations). You may want to re-install VMware Server.

Execution aborted.

If anybody could help it would be much appreciated,
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