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There aren't really any ways to run Mac-specific apps on Linux. You can run a large number of cross-platform apps; Gimp and MacVim come to mind. But if you must run mac apps, the most reliable answer is to buy a Mac. You'll always have the latest versions and you can also run any other OS using Fusion, Virtual Box or Parallels. The second best option is to ...


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Wine can run windows applications, but there is no robust equivalent allowing Mac applications to run on Linux. Some projects that try to change this are: Mac-on-Linux Darling http://opensource.apple.com/ - not an 'emulator' but provides the iOS/OSX kernels, licensed under free software licenses


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Ubuntu Software Center lets you install, reinstall, and remove applications, including Firefox. I use the manual way above myself, but there are those that that might prefer this way. The key is the small search box in the upper left corner of the Window. Type in the name of the app (firefox) or group (browser), and a list of choices should come up. The ...


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mal@mal ~/Downloads/Programs $ NVIDIA-Linux-x86-340.76.run --help NVIDIA-Linux-x86-340.76.run: command not found I get this "command not found" no matter what I run Anyone know an answer?


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After following the instructions of Saurav Kumar, what if I do: sudo apt-get autoremove lubuntu* that should remove anything and everything related to lubuntu, isn't it ?


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You can run sudo make uninstall from the directory where the source code is.


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This happened to me - simply remove that file with: sudo rm /var/lib/apt/lists/repo.steampowered.com_steam_dists_precise_steam_i18n_Translation-en If any other errors with repo.steampowered.com files occur, just delete the file causing the problems.


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First only to inform you, the command sudo make clean doesn't removes the installed files. It exists only, to clean your source folder. As you said But I notice when I run tsql -C it said tsql is not installed. and there was no error after starting the command sudo make uninstall then the installed files are removed and you can simply ...


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Uninstall just pidgin: sudo apt-get remove pidgin This will remove just the pidgin package itself. Uninstall pidgin and it's dependencies: sudo apt-get remove --auto-remove pidgin This will remove the pidgin package and any other dependant packages which are no longer needed. Purging your config/data too: sudo apt-get purge --auto-remove pidgin ...


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What is Bogofilter? As you have rightly understood, bogofilter is a mail filter that classifies emails as spam or ham (non-spam) by a statistical analysis of the message's header and content (body). Can I remove bogofilters and not break my system? I see no problem in uninstalling Bogofilter. If you uninstall bogofilter you will not mess up ...


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Probably the easiest way to start over is to remove or - less irrevocably - rename your personal geany configuration directory, either from the nautilus file manager (you will need to enable hidden files from the View menu, or by hitting Ctrl+H), or from the command line using mv ~/.config/geany{/,.old} A new default version of the directory and its ...


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From examing the install script of v5.8.1 tarball from here, the script installs stuff to the following locations: $DESTDIR$INSTALL_PREFIX/share/phoronix-test-suite $DESTDIR$INSTALL_PREFIX/share/doc/phoronix-test-suite/ $DESTDIR$INSTALL_PREFIX/share/man/man1/phoronix-test-suite.1 $DESTDIR$INSTALL_PREFIX/../etc/bash_completion.d/phoronix-test-suite ...


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phoronix have an hidden configuration folder under home directory, try remove it : rm -rf ~/.phoronix-test-suite


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The installation script installs the same as the deb package. Therefore install and remove the deb package. Download the deb package cd wget http://phoronix-test-suite.com/releases/repo/pts.debian/files/phoronix-test-suite_5.8.0_all.deb Install the test suite sudo dpkg -i phoronix-test-suite_5.8.0_all.deb Remove the test suite sudo apt-get purge ...


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Actually, in this case the application behaves like an OS application. Though it is installed by Firefox. So don't look for the application in the Firefox browser. You can follow the steps below (I was using Ubuntu 14.04 with Unity DE): Click on the Ubuntu logo from the top of left bar for the Dash Type the application name you want to uninstall. When the ...


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I was wondering if there was another way to remove Ubuntu from my computer You can only remove an operating system from another operating system. An active operating system can not be removed. The advice they give are the 2 easiest methods that will work for anyone regardless of how many operating systems they have. But you can also remove an operating ...


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Are you trying to uninstall the running system? If you have another system on your computer, you could use that to delete ubuntu's partition(s). If you haven't installed something else but would like to, just delete the partition(s) during the installation.


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Shorter command to remove MATE: sudo aptitude purge `dpkg --get-selections|grep -E 'mate-|libmate|caja|atril|engrampa|marco'|cut -f 1` Source: codeinpython.blogspot.com


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First of all you have to install windows8 before installing Ubuntu just to avoid boot problems. boot to ubuntu using Live-usb then, install os-uninstaller and uninstall the OS you want to remove. after that go ahead like this. open the terminal by pressing ctrl+alt+T then copy past this commands to it one after another, sudo add-apt-repository ...


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I think you have one partition for Windows and at least one for Ubuntu. You can wipe the Ubuntu-partition(s) and extend the Windows partition afterwards to use the whole disk. I would recommend to create a backup of the Windows-partition in advance. if you using the Grub-Bootmanager and you delete it together with Ubuntu you have to repair the ...


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If GUI is troubling you, login through CLI(Ctrl+Alt+F1) Check if "ppa-purge" package is installed or not. Run dpkg -l | grep ppa-purge If it returns the value, "ppa-purge" is installed. If not, install it as follows; sudo apt-get install ppa-purge After that run the following commands; sudo ppa-purge ppa:gnome3-team/gnome3-next sudo ppa-purge ...


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You can remove GTalk Plugin completely by: sudo apt-get purge google-talkplugin From man apt-get: purge purge is identical to remove except that packages are removed and purged (any configuration files are deleted too). So this will remove everything regarding the package.


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From what you describe in your question I think you're looking for three tools hardinfo, synaptic, and galternatives. hardinfo allows you to see all your hardware and even do a few benchmarks. sudo apt-get install hardinfo synaptic gives you a list of software, that can be searched, and sorted by category. It also allows you to install/uninstall and ...



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