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I installed Qt from qt-linux-opensource-5.0.1-x86_64-offline.run file.

It works fine, but I am unable to use KDE libs in it. So can anyone please say how to uninstall it?? I could also not find any like uninstall or something in the installed directory.

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I finally managed to do it,

to uninstall, I managed go to the installation directory, there is an executable called MaintenanceTool, we need to run it, in order to uninstall and remove Qt.

what to do:

open terminal,

go to the installed directory, and then

run MaintenanceTools by the following command

./MaintenanceTool

and it is done.....

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Thanks for the info. – Mantosh Kumar Nov 30 '15 at 12:31

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