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I prefer you to go to the synaptic package manager there type "open office" in the search space. you will then find what applications of open office you have downloaded and from there you may uninstall open office completely. try to do this it might solve your problem. Remember that you have to install "synaptic package manager" first.


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It should be easy with Synaptic, Click on Origin to split packages depending on whic h repository are coming from. (Default is Sections)


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At this point, considering what you've said, I would try restoring the laptop to factory settings, you can use a Live USB key to find and extract any files you want to keep on the windows partition. What kind of laptop is it?


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Try opening a terminal and issuing the following commands: sudo apt-get remove tlp sudo add-apt-repository --remove ppa:linrunner/tlp


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You have Windows 8 on a UEFI capable machine and an EFI System Partition (ESP). Checking the log, everything looks fine to me and you should be able to boot the Windows Boot Manager boot option (NVRAM entry) or the default UEFI boot loader (\EFI\Boot\bootx64.efi) to successfully boot Windows. That is unless you modified the files on the ESP in the Microsoft ...


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After I deleted linux partition, the grub was deleted. When I restart my pc, I got an error via "grub rescue." The solution : I installed a linux version(.iso file) on another pc. I booted a usb using nbootin program with .iso file. After I connected the usb on pc, I started my pc. I installed new ubuntu. My grub is alive now with new ubuntu version.


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First check if the Ubuntu Unity interface isn't still installed by clicking on the Ubuntu logo next to your name in the log-in screen. Maybe the Unity interface is still installed. This post explains exactly how to change between different versions of *buntu. The easiest way would be to install Ubuntu Desktop before removing Xubuntu Desktop (if you want to ...


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It turns out even though I ran it as root, it just installed it in $HOME/.local/share/fonts/somefont.ttf (but owned by root), not system-wide (as I had expected).


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You may want to try this, for your second question, it's got instructions on how to do it without a windows recovery disk... and how to do it with, and a whole lot more information as well. https://sites.google.com/site/easylinuxtipsproject/grub Is the deleted partition now unallocated space? There is a scenario I can think of that would cause this, if the ...


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You would need a disk partition utility to make the windows partition the active boot partition. You should be able to delete the partition you have used for linux and extend it into windows. Do you recall what disk format you used when installing Ubuntu? It was probably EXT3 or EXT4 which windows will not read natively.


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Open Terminal And Type :- cd /opt/VP_Suite5.0/ sudo ./uninstall Source :- From svisual-paradigm forum


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rm -r ~/.gitbook The desktop entry and menu item: xdg-desktop-menu uninstall friendcode-gitbook.directory friendbook-gitbook.desktop xdg-desktop-menu forceupdate


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The "purge" option to apt-get should remove the package and associated configuration file(s)... sudo apt-get purge <package_name> The apt-get man page (http://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/trusty/en/man8/apt-get.8.html) says, purge is identical to remove except that packages are removed and purged (any configuration files are deleted too).


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The problem is that you've uninstalled bumblebee without uninstalling the graphics driver. When you see the black screen, press CTRL + ALT + 1 (or F1 - try both) to bring up a console. Log in with your username and password. From here, uninstall your graphics driver (sudo apt-get remove nvidia-driver) or re-install bumblebee (sudo apt-get install ...


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just right click on the mail icon, hit properties. you'll see a list of indicators like: sound, power management and messaging menu. check the box on the right next to messaging menu, close. log out, log back in and there, the icon should be gone. this hides the indicator instead of removing or deleting it which most of the times will result in issues ...


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The Thunderbird extensions you have installed are in ~/.thunderbird/123abc.default/extensions/ usually, with 123abc being some random characters. In that directory, there are extensions either as *.xpi files, or as subdirectories. In both cases, they can have a clear name, or a cryptic number in {}. I propose to list them in order of last change, and ...


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If you're using testing version or latest version, I suggest you to use ubuntu 12.04 LTS, it's very stable release, and has matured over time. Your system won't freeze as frequently. And after that if some problem exist, ask it here, you'll get answers very easily Here is answer if you want to install mint/elemenntryOS Go to terminal and write ...


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It should have. An easy way to get rid of the desk top icon is to delete it, right click and choose move to trash.


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I had the same problem trying to run properly the Radon Open Source driver after a previous installation of fglrx propriatary driver. In fact, my need of Radon Open Source driver was link with the post: "Linux - Radeon OSS with vdpau (howto)" at http://forum.xbmc.org/showthread.php?tid=174854 What I did is: remove the fglrx driver and install Open Souce ...


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Open a terminal and type as it says: sudo dpkg --configure -a


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This method will give a complete removal of Cuda: Simple remove the CUDA files in /usr/local/cuda-5.0 Advanced Uninstall just nvidia-cuda-toolkit sudo apt-get remove nvidia-cuda-toolkit Uninstall nvidia-cuda-toolkit and it's dependencies sudo apt-get remove --auto-remove nvidia-cuda-toolkit Purging config/data sudo apt-get purge ...


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Run the uninstall script. Should be ... ./inst reinstall from the directory where you installed it. how can I stop the automatic running afther reboot That will happen automatically after uninstalling it. Normally I would look in /etc/init.d and check the startup scripts. The daemon is called onedrive-d so it might be there and you can use ...


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This is what I did if I wanted an app to be completely OUT. sudo dpkg -l | grep 'openoffice' ## THIS IS FOR YOU TO BE SURE YOU HAVE RIGHT APP If it's listed, as it is, then fire this: sudo dpkg -r openoffice then finally... sudo apt-get remove --purge openoffice* With this approach, I removed .deb of that application which forces my system to ...


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Test this: Open a terminal,Press Ctrl+Alt+T Run it: sudo -i apt-get remove --purge openoffice* apt-get autoremove apt-get clean Edited: 20-04-2014 Open a terminal,Press Ctrl+Alt+T Run it: sudo -i nano /var/lib/dpkg/status In the open file, locate a lines like: Package: openoffice-core04 Status: install ok installed Installed-Size: 18164 ...


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apt-get accepts POSIX regexes (not shell-style wildcards): sudo apt-get remove '^libreoffice4.3-*' will remove libreoffice4.3 libreoffice4.3-base libreoffice4.3-calc libreoffice4.3-debian-menus libreoffice4.3-dict-en libreoffice4.3-dict-es libreoffice4.3-dict-fr libreoffice4.3-draw libreoffice4.3-en-us libreoffice4.3-impress libreoffice4.3-math ...


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Open your terminal and type as sudo nano /etc/apt/sources.listd/playonlinux.list Then remove that error from line then save & exit. Then try with sudo apt-get update else as you already deleted playonlinux , sudo rm /etc/apt/sources.listd/playonlinux.list Good luck.


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You have an erroneous repo file. To fix it, type these commands: sudo rm /etc/apt/sources.list.d/playonlinux.list sudo apt-key adv --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv-keys E0F72778C4676186 sudo wget http://deb.playonlinux.com/playonlinux_trusty.list -O /etc/apt/sources.list.d/playonlinux.list sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install playonlinux That's ...


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If you are going to keep Ubuntu and you have no hardware failure. You can re-install the grub ( boot loader ) which will allow you to start up Ubuntu. You can use your ubuntu live CD to start up the computer follow the following steps after you open a terminal window : 1- First step: Add the boot repair repository to your system. sudo add-apt-repository ...


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The prerm of uwsgi script contains this: #!/bin/sh set -e # Automatically added by dh_installinit if [ -x "/etc/init.d/uwsgi" ] || [ -e "/etc/init/uwsgi.conf" ]; then invoke-rc.d uwsgi stop || exit $? fi # End automatically added section You have a few options: Edit the prerm script. The script is usually located at /var/lib/dpkg/uwsgi.prerm. Do: ...


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You could just keep the package installed until shutdown. That will accomplish relatively the same thing. Do this by running this command as root: echo "sudo apt-get remove uwsgi" > /etc/rc6.d/K99_script followed by: chmod +x K99_script When you shutdown, the package will automagically be uninstalled. Note, though, that after your system comes ...



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