On my Kubuntu
18.10 19.04 system, I have a software installed (in this case: the Arduino IDE), which I would like to completely uninstall.
- I cannot remember how I installed it, but it does not show up in
dpkg --listor the software center and
apt-get purgewon't find it. I'm pretty sure it was installed without any package manager.
- I downloaded the current (newer than installed) version from the developer's website (https://www.arduino.cc/en/Main/Software), which includes an
unistall.shscript. But the only effect it seems to have is that the launcher shortcut (which is still there, for that matter) doesn't work anymore - the software can still be run from terminal (by simply typing
What, generally, are the steps to take to manually uninstall software from my system? I assume it's mainly deleting files, but how do I locate them all? Are there any databases I need to un-register the software from?