There is a question for How to remove Sublime from Ubuntu 12.04. But I'm a bit too scared to run the commands since it only says 'Sublime' and the 12.04 version of Ubuntu is specified.
I just installed 'Sublime Text 3' by clicking on the ubuntu 64 bit and then install from 'ubuntu software center'.
I want to uninstall it but now I can't find it in my 'ubuntu software center'. I don't think it is in my history (based on the time stamps) but does anyone know what 'Sublime text 3' is called in this list (just in case)?
On this page it says to type this into the command line:
sudo rm -r /opt/Sublime\ Text\ 2 sudo rm /usr/bin/sublime sudo rm /usr/share/applications/sublime.desktop sudo sed -i 's/sublime\.desktop/gedit.desktop/g' /usr/share/applications/defaults.list
On this page it says to install synaptic and from there install and remove packages. Or to to delete it with:
sudo apt-get remove --purge <package-name>
On this it says that if I installed it through 'ubuntu software center' or through running:
sudo dpkg -i sublime-text_build-3047_amd64.deb
Then I should remove it by running:
sudo dpkg -r sublime-text
Which method should I use to make sure it is completely deleted from ubuntu 14.04? (The first instructions make me a bit scared that it is installed all over the place.)