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There is one thing (thank you @kos): I definitely wouldn't remove gcc in general, but if I had to I wouldn't do it this way: this will remove also build-essential and hence make; for one, if you have the nVidia > drivers installed it will remove those as well, since they depend on make, plus who knows what other stuff. With other words, know what ...


If they're 'uninstalled', they're not present on your system, so don't need to be deleted. This number is just the count of packages available in the repositories, but not present on your system.


The binary R is usually placed in /usr/bin/R and not in /usr/local/bin/R. Therefore you haven't installed the package via a package manager from the standard repositories. /usr/bin/R is part of the package r-base-core, therefore try this: sudo apt-get remove r-base-core Additionally check the subfolders in /usr/local for more R-stuff to remove, E.G.: ...


From the installation instructions, simply remove you blender folder. Find the folder with find ~ -type d -iname "*blender*" or if there is no result find / -type d -iname "*blender*" Remove the blender folder sudo rm -r <your_installation_folder> Example % find ~ -type d -iname "*blender*" ...


The package php5 depends on having either apache2 or cgi installed. The two main options to satisfy this dependency is either libapache2-mod-php5 or php5-cgi. If you remove one, the system will install the other, otherwise php5 would have an unmet dependency. You can see the dependencies at php5 in the Ubuntu packages database.


use below command , --purge remove option is equivalent to purge sudo apt-get --purge remove gcc-4.9 according apt-get manual: --purge Use purge instead of remove for anything that would be removed. An asterisk ("*") will be displayed next to packages which are scheduled to be purged. remove --purge is equivalent to the purge command. ...


It sounds like the name is still stored in the bash shell's program name cache: if so, you can remove it by typing hash -d codeblocks or (to clear the entire cache) hash -r Since hash is a shell built-in function, it is documented under the bash manual page (man bash) or via the online help function help hash.


There is no need to delete Ubuntu, just install Windows using the normal installation procedure. It will overwrite Ubuntu. The installer may ask if you want to overwrite the entire drive - including all partitions - to install Windows. If it asks this, this is what you want. Further help with Windows installation is outside the scope of this site.


Using the Terminal Uninstall just qemu with sudo apt-get remove qemu Uninstall qemu and it's dependencies with this sudo apt-get remove --auto-remove qemu If you want to purge all the config and data off the system you can also use sudo apt-get purge --auto-remove qemu Source::Installion.co.uk


With the gnome-session-flashback, there are parts of it that use parts of Unity. So, not every part of Unity should be removed. LightDM is the Display Manger for Unity, where GDM is the Display Manager for the GNOME Desktop Environment. To install GDM it is: sudo apt-get install gdm During the install, it should come to screens like below: Press ...


Just removed the file which was giving error. sudo rm /var/lib/dpkg/info/jre1.8.0-51.postrm That is no problem, because I want to remove the package anyway.


If you have Oracle VM VirtualBox and ubuntu 15.04 sudo dpkg -l | grep virtualbox which shows something like this. ii virtualbox-4.2 4.2.6-82870~Ubuntu~quantal amd64 Oracle VM VirtualBox now from above command you can determine which version of virtual-box is installed on your machine.After this type these ...

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