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Please help. I downloaded several Burg themes using Super-Boot-Manager. Later I deleted Super-Boot_Manager. Now all the Burg themes have become redundant, but blocking any update through Synaptic.

I cannot even remove these themes whatever I may try to do. How can I remove these Burg themes? enter image description here

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This should remove them:

sudo apt-get remove --purge burg burg-common burg-emu burg-pc burg-themes burg-themes-common
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sorry it wont work – Tachyons Apr 3 '12 at 18:29
    
you may have to use "find | grep" remove one by one – Ringtail Apr 3 '12 at 19:46
up vote 0 down vote accepted

This problem was solved by adding a new burg repository Thanks for the help from members. of ubuntu kerala group

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You can also remove themes without removing the BURG Bootloader.

Just open a terminal (Alt+F2) And Type:

gksu nautilus

or

sudo nautilus

And navigate to the Root Drive. Navigate to boot/burg/themes.

And Move all of the theme folders to the trash you wish delete.

However, Do Not Delete All of the Themes in the boot/burg/theme folder. Leave one theme in the boot/burg/themes folder.

Or you can Delete all the theme folders in the /boot/burg/themes Folder, And Download at least one theme and extract the zip file. Then, Open a terminal and type

gksu nautilus

Or

sudo nautilus

and navigate to the folder where you extracted the theme folder. Move it to the /boot/burg/themes folder.

And finally, run this in a terminal:

sudo update-burg
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