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Based on the error and the mention of post-installation script, I would say that even the installation didn't complete successfully. You'll have to run sudo dpkg --purge --force-all google-chrome-stable to remove it. Edit: Run gksudo gedit /var/lib/dpkg/info/google-chrome-stable.postinst, and add a # in front of any lines that call xdg-icon-resource. Save ...


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See step number 4 here: http://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop/install-ubuntu-desktop When allocating drive space, you will have the option of utilizing the whole drive which would remove windows.


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To remove a package completely, you can use sudo apt-get purge <packagename> Example: sudo apt-get purge codeblocks To remove a package plus its dependencies, you can use sudo apt-get autoremove <packagename> Example: sudo apt-get autoremove codeblocks Read the official documentation first here ...


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From what you write, I think you did not actually deinstall or break any installed packages. in case you did indeed, sudo debsums -c will help you to find the changes - see What is the apt equivalent to "rpm -V" (Verify installed packages). But it sounds like you may have installed programs by building it from source, maybe under your home ...


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Uninstalling Haguichi (a graphical frontend for Hamachi) Assuming you installed Haguchi through the Webupd8 Haguchi PPA as recommended on the Haguchi download page, you can uninstall the haguichi and haguichi-appindicator packages and remove the PPA from your software sources. I suggest using the ppa-purge utility to accomplish this. If you don't have it, ...


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To uninstall completely Skype from your system you just type the following line in Terminal: sudo apt-get purge skype And next time if you decide to install Skype again, follow How to install Skype 4.3


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Your answer is simply how apt-get autoremove works. autoremove simply removes every package that was installed as a dependecy, and is no longer required, e.g. the package that depended on it was removed. It's nothing to worry about, if you encounter any dependecy problems, run this: sudo apt-get install -f and you'll probably be OK.


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If you installed it from the Ubuntu repositories, it's sudo apt-get purge phpmyadmin The "purge" instead of "remove" instructs it to remove its configuration files too, including the configuration it added to Apache's configuration directories. Note that if it set up its own MySQL database that database may not be removed, but you can do that manually. ...


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You can remove Unity as answered on our forum by Dennis: sudo apt-get autoremove --purge unity unity-common unity-services unity-lens-\* unity-scope-\* unity-webapps-\* gnome-control-center-unity hud libunity-core-6\* libunity-misc4 libunity-webapps\* appmenu-gtk appmenu-gtk3 appmenu-qt\* overlay-scrollbar\* activity-log-manager-control-center ...


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Assuming you followed the instructions on the github, I would suggest that you use ppa-purge to remove the 'deadsnakes' ppa sudo apt-get install ppa-purge sudo ppa-purge ppa:fkrull/deadsnakes Update your path to remove the path extensions added as instructed at the github, and most of lime should be inactive. As for removing it entirely, the manner in ...



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