How can I remove the wine folder and all the applications in that folder?
I've tried via synaptic but it keeps showing up in the application menu.
Run these to get rid of menu entries instead of (or in addition to) using "Edit Menus".
In 11.04 and below (GNOME Classic)
When you install wine, it creates a "wine" menu in your applications menu, and this menu is partly user specific. To remove the menu entries, right click on your menu and click edit menus.
Now open the menu editor and disable or remove the wine related entries. You can also remove the
11.04 and up (Unity Desktop).
You need to open the menu editor from the Dash by press alt+f2 and type
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Using some menu editors can cause trouble, as it hides rather than deletes the menu items - and they stay hidden if you reinstall the apps!
See http://wiki.winehq.org/FAQ#uninstall_app for tips on how to uninstall wine and/or all wine apps.
In my case Wine did not get effectively uninstalled using the command:
So I did the following:
These commands delete files stored in hard disk that may lock uninstallation of wine.
After deleting the files run command:
Do the following to correct any installation error.
First anwer is the easy form to get this, but its incomplete, the complet code is:
If you're installed wine from the official Ubuntu repositories:
If you're installed wine from their official PPA:
Next, clean de context menu, menu entries, etc:
It need to reboot the system: