In Firefox 35, there is menu called "Apps" that allows to install "firefox apps" through Firefox Marketplace. I installed an app but now I can't find how to remove it! Is there an obvious way that I cannot see?
I am using Ubuntu 14.04.
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To uninstall Firefox marketplace apps from your system, you should go to Home directory and unhide all content by pressing Ctrl+H. Then, navigate to the file/folder and copy the file name, after that open the terminal by pressing Ctrl+Alt+T and run following command (replace the
.appname-hash with the original application).
Where appname is a recognizable descriptor for the app, and hash is an arbitrary string of characters. On my Linux machine, this Rechargeall app installs to
Actually, in this case the application behaves like an OS application. Though it is installed by Firefox. So don't look for the application in the Firefox browser. It may seem a bit annoying to run the application first in order to uninstall that from system !!! But this method works. You can follow the steps below (I was using Ubuntu 14.04 with Unity DE):