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I have recently downloaded Adobe Reader for Linux from their website and run it using
dpkg -i ...... I actually downloaded i386 version and my laptop is 64-bit. It then gave an error as:
package management system damaged.
I searched on this website and fixed it using
sudo apt-get -f install. Then the Adobe Reader got installed. But now I want to uninstall it.
I tried running:
sudo apt-get remove adobereader-enu sudo apt-get autoremove adobereader-enu
But it was of no use.
I went to the home folder and removed .adobe folder (this was hidden). But still it didn't get uninstalled.
I manually tried to remove the .config files of adobe, even then it was not uninstalled.
How can I get rid it?
(This topic is similar to other threads, but I tried the methods given in those threads, but I couldn't uninstall the Reader).