I recently installed
zotero on Ubuntu but would like to remove it. I suppose the problem is that I installed it manually. Though it doesn't appear in my list of installed programs in Ubuntu software, it runs fine when I click on the
zotero icon, which DOES appear in "Show Applications".
I went to
usr/home/share/applications and the folder is completely empty, which also seems strange, but I suppose that is a subject for another thread.
sudo apt-get remove zotero
It said the file was not found.
E: Unable to locate package zotero
I tried doing this both with
zotero with a small "z" and
Zotero with capital "Z". Neither returned any result.
Zotero appears in two folders in the "home" menu. One of which is locked. There is no readme or uninstall file available.
- How do you recommend uninstalling the program correctly so that I can install
zoterovia Ubuntu software manager and avoid a problem like this in the future?
- If I do need to install a program manually in terminal, how can I avoid a situation like this happening again?