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How can I remove eog without breaking the Unity-2D session?
On my Ubuntu 11.10 install, I want to use gpicview instead of eog. Therefore, I'd like to remove eog. Whenever I do sudo apt-get remove eog though, I'm notified that doing this will also remove ...
Apr 3 '12 at 15:40
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