I was trying to install PostgreSQL 9.3 from the downloaded installer: postgresql-9.3.4-3-linux-x64.run
Still learning the ropes with Linux, I believe I originally installed it using an incorrect command. Afterwards it did appear to install correctly, but to avoid conflicts with the old 9.1 version, I wanted to clean out all the postgresql* packages.
In doing so, using sudo apt-get remove postgresql*, I continue to get the following error:
Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done E: Unable to locate package postgresql-9.3.4-3-linux-x64.run E: Couldn't find any package by regex 'postgresql-9.3.4-3-linux-x64.run'
I have tried some supposed solutions with related issues but I am unable to remove the specific packages, which doesn't seem to be valid or installed anyway, just referencing a mistake I previously tried.
How can I remove this unwanted pseudo-package?