OK, there is no bundle name provided, so I will be general. If you installed something from Internet using
.run package, you have to search in Internet the right way to remove that package. For example, VMWare and Oracle have their own installation managers.
Some common uninstallation procedures for famous packages:
NVidia drivers (in case you have installed it through
Here is the original answer. Just run
sudo NVIDIA-Linux-XXX-YYY.ZZ.run --uninstall.
Here is the original answer. Run
sudo sh /usr/share/ati/fglrx-uninstall.sh.
Oracle Universal Installer
ORACLE_HOME must contain path to Oracle Home directory.
Taken from there. Run
vmware-installer --uninstall-product vmware-workstation.
In package home directory, run
sudo make uninstall.
But in most cases, it is better to search for the distribution-provided package or for package in PPA. The exclusion is Calibre, which recommends install itself using Python script. And it's uninstallation procedure is pretty simple:
sudo rm -rf /opt/calibre/*
Hope it helps.