Synaptic has options to remove the configuration files during uninstall, and I thought this was because the back-end
apt-get has this as a parameter. How do I access this feature from the
Ubuntu Software Centre, which replaces
Synaptic as the default package manager software for Ubuntu?
I have a program which seems to have saved a configuration file wrong (LieroLibre) and now it just wont run at all. I tried reinstalling it to no avail.
[Edit] Ok, installed Synaptic and found its complete removal option doesn't actually remove
~/.FOLDERS that the program creates. Deleted
./lierolibre and it ran fine after that. Shouldn't those types of folders be considered configuration stuff?