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Today I was install Puddletag (audio tag editor) via deb pack. I tested it, but now i would like to uninstall it.

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open up a terminal and type sudo apt-get remove puddletag if you installed it as a deb file using gdebi then open the deb file with gdebi and it will give you the option to re-install or remove it. or you can also look in synaptic to see if it is there if it doesn't show in softare center! hope this helps

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Oh, so simple :) Thank you. – ador Feb 1 '12 at 21:37

Open Ubuntu Software Centre (look here for more: link) then search for puddletag, and remove it

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I tried, but is not in Ubuntu Software Center. – ador Feb 1 '12 at 19:57
How did you install deb package? Did you double click on it and install with Software Center or in some other way? – zetah Feb 1 '12 at 20:01
I downloaded debian package from Puddletag website – ador Feb 1 '12 at 21:31

Open software center, search for puddletag, and click remove. Then enter your password when prompted, and will uninstall it. Then close software center.

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