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I recently used wine in Ubuntu 16.04 for gaming purpose but It seemed to me that minute viruses attacked on my laptop through wine, so I am using these below commands

sudo apt-get --purge wine

sudo apt-get --purge remove wine

but when I do wine --version after executing above cmds terminal shows installed wine version So do type this in terminal for removing wine completely

dpkg -l | grep wine | awk '{print $2}' | xargs sudo apt-get purge -s

but if this will not work then replace -s with -y

  • How did you install wine ? What makes you think you have a virus ? Did you run wine as root ? You should be able to simply run rm -rf ~/.wine to remove all of your wine data. – Panther Apr 26 '18 at 14:50
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If You are sure you installed wine from terminal, You should run

sudo apt-get --purge wine*

If You are using playonlinux, run

sudo apt-get --purge playonlinux

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