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According to Install Mullvad app on Linux run the following command to uninstall the Mullvad app. sudo apt-get purge mullvad-vpn


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To remove the icon open a terminal Ctrl Alt T and type the following sudo apt-get remove ubiquity


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Since you mentioned "installing new VLC", and since dpkg cannot trace it, you probably installed it as a snap. sudo snap remove vlc should remove vlc installed with snap.


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For me removing emacs-gtk worked sudo apt-get remove emacs-gtk


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Open Synaptic and search for "imagemagick". Remove all imagemagick packages that are installed. In my case it was imagemagick-6-common.


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A small modification to mopagemo's answer. If LaTeX was originally installed via texlive-full, then removing that metapackage will lead to all of its dependencies being added to the autoremove queue. To fix this, we need to flag the packages as manually installed. Here's a list of the steps I took to remove the docs and remove the desired packages from the ...


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This is what I did, in ubuntu terminal i located mysql by typing in which mysqld For which I got an output /usr/sbin/mysql Further mysql was inside lampp as well, i located it by mysql -u root -p -h 127.0.0.1 -e "select @@socket" For which I got an output /opt/lampp/var/mysql/mysql.sock Then i typed in sudo -i and pressed enter to open as root,...


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Lot of system programs depend on python. Therefore tinkering with the system python can break your system. Easiest way is to install python from source or use Anaconda/Miniconda. To install from source, install these packages: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install -y build-essential checkinstall sudo apt-get install libreadline-gplv2-dev libncursesw5-dev ...


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Try this: sudo apt-get remove --purge postfix* nginx* sa-compile* dovecot* fail2ban* ldap* mysql* sogo* clamav* amavis* nginx* php* mlmmj* sudo apt-get autoremove --purge sudo rm -rf /var/run/mysql /var/run/amavis /var/run/mlmmjadmin /var/run/iredadmin /var/run/fail2ban /var/run/netdata sudo rm -rf /etc/mysql /etc/clamav /etc/dovecot /etc/fail2ban /etc/...


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it seems this is a proprietary software, installed via a .bin file. It is not using the deb packaging format, nor is it available in the repositories... You should ask the company behind this software...


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I found the application called Tweaks, I can turn it off. I followed the steps from the website. Open the terminal and type the following: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install gnome-tweaks sudo apt-get install gnome-shell-extensions And then, open Tweaks and turn if off. Later I found how to remove it, go to there: https://extensions.gnome....


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Type: sudo apt-get remove teamv and then hit tab and it should auto-complete. and The following packages will be REMOVED: teamviewer-host


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Check real-time memory usage via the following commands: watch -n 1 free -m watch -n 1 cat /proc/meminfo In returned outputs focus on Buffers, MemTotal, MemFree, Cached, Active, Inactive, etc,... You can use the following command to free up memory either used or cached (page cache, inodes, and dentries): sudo sync && echo 3 | sudo tee /proc/sys/vm/...


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Run: sudo apt remove telegram-desktop


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As written in the readme.txt file: To uninstall run /opt/xdman/uninstall.sh as root Running this in terminal uninstalls xdman: sudo /opt/xdman/uninstall.sh


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After some digging around with different solutions I came to one that helped me. I restored the sources.list file using solution provided in this answer I restored the status file using these commands found here: mv /var/lib/dpkg/status /var/lib/dpkg/status.old ls -l /var/backups/dpkg.status* cp /var/backups/dpkg.status.0 /var/lib/dpkg/status I had ...


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Firstly try, sudo dpkg --configure -a If that didn't work use aptitude instead of apt-get sudo aptitude install package_name_here It will suggest dependencies solutions. Try them. If everything else fails, you need to manually edit dpkg status file sudo gedit /var/lib/dpkg/status Then look for the problematic package name. Remove those packages and save ...


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Solved by @MidwayNomand ! In brief : Check if you are seeing a Bluejeans*.desktop file in this location : ~/.config/autostart/. ~ is your home directory. delete .desktop file, the log file, restart


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Uninstall and remove Mongo packages. $ sudo apt-get purge mongodb-org* Check if related directories removed $ sudo rm -r /var/log/mongodb $ sudo rm -r /var/lib/mongodb Recheck for autoremove any remaining mongo packages $ sudo apt-get autoremove Configure your directory $ sudo dpkg --configure -a Force install anything required $ sudo apt-get install -f ...


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Make Make is a program that’s used to compile and install programs from source code. It’s not a package manager so it doesn’t keep track of the files it installs. This makes it difficult to uninstall the files afterwards. The make install command copies the built program and packages into the library directory and specified locations from the makefile. These ...


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I installed Bluejeans to try this out. It appears that the uninstaller does not remove the log file after the uninstall process. You can remove the log file using the terminal. Use <Ctrl> + <Alt> + T to open a new terminal window. And run rm -f ~/BluejeansHelper.log In my case, the file was in my .config folder, so I just had to remove it ...


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If you followed the instructions you have installed the logid daemon in /usr/local/bin and you enabled this with systemctl. To remove, work backwards, first stop the daemon and disable its automated starting: sudo systemctl disable --now logid This is essentially enough to not further make use of logid. If you want you can remove the binary: sudo /usr/local/...


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Also if you have installed a source with traditional method, you can reinstall the package placing yourself in the same directory from where you have runned sudo make install, running sudo checkinstall. You will can then uninstall it by simply typing sudo apt-get purge $program_name


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