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zsh, unlike bash, has a different glob/wildcard/expansion system, so it works differently so php*might not work as you expect. So are instead of sudo apt-get remove php*, you could: Quote it: sudo apt-get remove "php*" Bash it: bash -c "sudo apt-get remove php*" N.B. Whilst also being a bad idea (as previously pointed out), sudo apt-get remove php * ...


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aptitude is an alternative to apt-get which makes it easy to match multiple package names using regular-expression-like patterns. For example, to list all installed packages whose package names contain the term "php": aptitude search ~iphp Edit: when using zsh shell, quote the argument so it doesn't break on the tilde: sudo aptitude search "~iphp" ...


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If it is already installed, you can remove the Ubuntu Desktop metapackage and install the server softwares you need: sudo apt-get install openssh Configure SSH according to your needs. Then: sudo apt-get remove ubuntu-desktop sudo apt-get autoremove


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I had long time ago also installed Netbeans using the scripts and package provided on their web site. In my case, the software was installed below /opt/netbeans-<version>, so I had just to remove this directory and the program was gone as he had no need of startup scripts or whatsoever. If you want to keep the projects you're made with previous ...


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I also have NetBeans 7.3 installed on my Ubuntu 14.04. It was installed using *.sh into /usr/local/netbeans-7.3. And I have /usr/local/netbeans-7.3/uninstall.sh there. You can try to find it using this: $ locate -ir netbeans.*uninstall.*sh$


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Find the exact package name after the installation with dpkg -S [PACKAGE NAME PART] command. Either: sudo dpkg -S amd Or : sudo dpkg -S catalyst It will list the names of the packages. Find the exact package name. Then use the dpkg -r command to remove the package: sudo dpkg -r [PACKAGE NAME] EX: sudo dpkg -r amd-driver-installer then reboot


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sudo apt-get purge unity gnome-shell lightdm sudo apt-get clean sudo apt-get autoremove sudo apt-get -f install


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The easiest way to do this will be to open nautilus, (the program where you view your files), go to your home directory, and press Ctrl + H. This will show hidden files, and you can double-click on .wine to open it. Under .wine, there should be a folder called something similar to drive_c. If you click on that you will see program files, and program files ...


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As long as you didn't run sudo make install, you can just remove the folder, and Darkcoin itself will be removed. If the program stores any configuration settings, you'll need to remove those yourself. They may be in ~/.darkcoin or ~/.config/darkcoin (or similarly-named folders). To remove the build dependencies, run sudo apt-get purge qt4-qmake libqt4-dev ...


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Files in /etc are config files and are kept around when you remove a package in case you reinstall it in the future. If you want to get rid of them, you have to purge the package: sudo apt-get remove --purge iptables-persistent


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If you downloaded the apache version from their website you downloaded a "tar.gz" file and extracted it into your system. Ubuntu Software Center will know nothing about your installation so apt-get is not the correct method. Uninstalling it is equal to removing the directory you extracted it into. So open a terminal, navigate to the directory you extracted ...


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Viber is available as a .deb package and also as tarball. If you installed viber through the .deb package, then you can easily uninstall it using sudo apt-get remove viber But instead, if you installed through the tarball, then you must have extracted the viber files into a single folder such as /opt/Viber. Just delete that folder and any .desktop files ...



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