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I have installed plasma-nm on my Ubuntu 14.04. Beside nm-applet's notifications plasma-nm also started generating notification about available networks and wlan0 association with selected networks.

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For this reason I uninstalled plasma-nm. But these notifications didn't gone. So I removed kde-runtime and related dependencies from my system too. But These notification are still here and this is too annoying.

Any help on how to stop these notifications with out affecting other ones. Or alternatively which package/software is generating these notifications so that I can uninstall/disable it.

  • use sudo apt-get purge plasma-nm to remove plasma-nm completely. – g_p Oct 3 '14 at 18:44
  • @g_p it says Package 'plasma-nm' is not installed, so not removed – Tariq Oct 3 '14 at 18:47
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It seems that there are dependencies which are not removed. If you have not any private information to hide in your installed applications (i.e you do not mind revealing what applications you have installed), please give me your package list so that i could try and find out which application you have to remove. To do that, open terminal and type

ls /var/cache/apt/archives > apt.log

This would generate the list of packages installed into the file apt.log. Then if you could paste it or upload it here or on the g+ community, I can verify it with the standard package list to find out which application is installed and needs to be removed.

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