Ubuntu :: How To Completely Remove Gwibber

Jun 10, 2010

I have tried remove from ubuntu software center and Synaptic Package Manager, but when I reinstall Gwibber, it directly load from software list, and not download from internet. I want completely remove Gwibber, so if I want to reinstall Gwibber, my system download from internet and not install from database previous installation.

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Ubuntu :: Remove Gwibber Status Indicator / Gwibber Status In The Panel While Keeping The Shutdown Button?

Mar 16, 2011

After a fresh installation of Ubuntu 10.10 I uninstalled empathy (im using skype). The empathy menu in the evolution indicator was gone after that.I also uninstalled gwibber. But the gwibber status indicator remains within the about-me panel... Uninstalling the gwibber package also removes the me-menu which I want to keep actually. Especially the shutdown/restart... part of it. See attachment.I know there is a shutdown panel-app...but its butt-ugly and it doesnt allow to logon/off.

In another thread I read that the gwibber status shouldnt be there if no account for it is configured... which it is not... I do use ubuntu-one though which is in the same menu... I saw that this issue was addressed at some bug report before, but not fixed yet...

Does anybody know a good workaround to get rid of the gwibber status in the panel while keeping the about me and the shutdown button?

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Fedora :: Gwibber Alternative / Installing Gwibber From The Last Stable Sources Gives The Same Crash?

Jul 23, 2011

I used to use Gwibber as social networks aggregator/client, but starting since last update (current version 3.1.0) it crashes miserably on both Fedora 14 and Fedora 15.

Gwibber team looks reluctant to provide any feedback on whether this shall be fixed in foreseeable future. Installing Gwibber from the last stable sources gives the same crash.

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Ubuntu :: Remove Compiz Completely

Mar 18, 2010

I am looking for an option to completely remove compiz.

I fired up synaptic and removed compiz completely.

Now i have just one problem.

Metacity is not fired up by default.

so i have desktop and winows also open but without borders. i.e without any desktop manager.

I know a workaround, i.e. to add metacity --replace in startup applications. but this is work around and not the actuall work. my system Ubuntu 9.10 x64

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Ubuntu :: How To Completely Remove DropBox

Sep 27, 2010

Just need my own repository for storage away from the laptop....still have the deb on hand just in case I want to reinstall....

Here is my issue. I installed dropbox and removed it. I noticed in the first start of dropbox it installs a daemon called dropboxd. Is dropboxd removed when you uninstall? I uninstalled and purged. I just want to make sure the daemon is gone as well. Trying to be as tidy as possible. Less code rolling around the better.

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Ubuntu :: 10.10 - How To Remove Grub Completely

Nov 23, 2010

I need to reinstall both windows and ubuntu as dual boot. I tried to install windows 7 from the recovery partition but after windows starts the recovery and then does its first reboot it always loads to the grub prompt. I booted with ubuntu 10.10 live cd and wiped off all the partitions except the windows recovery partition and I tried sudo ms-sys -m /dev/sda3 which is supposed to restore the windows mbr but still when I reboot it just boots to the grub command prompt with windows only partially installed.

If I completely wiped off the old ubuntu partition and the windows partition then how can grub still be loading up? where is grub located? How to completely remove grub. I don't have a windows recovery cd, I only have the recovery partition which is still intact. I have tried to install ubuntu first and make an ntfs partition but when I try to install windows the recovery partition program says there is not enough space to install windows but there is 260gb.

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Ubuntu :: How To Completely Remove Panel?

Nov 24, 2010

i've found AWN to coever most and all of the panel's functionalities. how do i completely remove them from startup though?

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Ubuntu :: How To Completely Remove Wine

Apr 2, 2011

I want to completly remove wine, so i figured that using the package manager, and apt-get remove will make it work. Using apt-get, i get the message that there is no wine installed, even though the package manager is telling me the opposite. After that i removed wine via the package manager, but i can still run wine. And that is the point where i am getting completly lost, how the hack can i run a removed program? I did compile and install wine myself once, so the problem might hide there. But how to i remove a program without the routines of the package manager?

I seriously need to deinstall wine completly to figure out a couple misterious problems i am having lately.

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Ubuntu :: How To Completely Remove A Program

Jun 17, 2011

My emacs editor is messed up so I tried to remove it via synaptic. It gave me an error and exited. Is there any way to manually remove that data so I can freshly re-install my favorite editor?

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Ubuntu Security :: Remove Authentication Completely From My Pc?

Jan 7, 2010

How can I remove authentication completely from my pc?
How can I edit the files present in the patrician filesystem?

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Ubuntu Networking :: How To Completely Remove Drupal

Jan 10, 2010

i need to completely remove drupal and reinstall it, i would also like to completely remove phpmyadmin and reinstall it.

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Ubuntu :: Completely Remove Or Add Gnokii, Without Success?

Jun 27, 2010

I got this problem with Synaptic, and now I cannot install or upgrade. Whatever I try, I get this error message:

dpkg: unrecoverable fatal error, aborting:
syntax error: unknown group 'gnokii' in statoverride file


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Ubuntu :: Remove Title Bar Completely In Gnome?

Jul 26, 2010

What I am trying to do is remove the title bar completely in gnome, it would be nice to be able to choose which applications had the bar and which did not, but I would be perfectly satisfied with just removing them from every window. I assume this is controlled by the window manager which would make it a metacity setting? Anyway, I have an 11in screen on my netbook and I cannot stand having such a big chunk of real estate wasted by such a useless feature, especially when I can perform all the window functions with keyboard shortcuts.

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Ubuntu Networking :: How To Completely Remove Wicd

Oct 21, 2010

Before I changed the faulty wifi card I installed Wicd. Incidentally it didn't remove Network Manager, a bug that's reported in Launchpad. With the new wifi working well enough with Network Manager, I used Synaptic to remove Wicid, or so I thought.I happen to be checking .xsession-errors and there's an error reported about wicid tray desktop. I removed it and no more errors appear.

After looking for advice here and on the web I used apt-get remove and purge yet a file search of wicd still finds 25 entries, in /etc/, /usr/ and /var/.Some are archives and some are logs but some aren't, why are they still there and can I clean things up?

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Ubuntu :: Completely Remove 10.04 And Install Windows ?

Oct 26, 2010

I had Windows. Installed Linux 10.04 over it. I want to switch back to Windows. When I pop in my Windows XP disc I get and error after it loads a bunch of stuff. I tried booting from m 10.04 disc, going into Disk Utility and changing the file system to NTFS no luck. Tried burning another copy of XP and still same error. Now I burned a copy of Windows 7(desperate times call for desperate measures) but its on a DVD-R instead of a CD-R and every time I try to boot it, Linux just boots.

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Ubuntu :: How To Completely Remove Tomboy And All Its Associated Files

Dec 16, 2010

I used synaptic package manager to remove tomboy notes and marked it for complete removal. But when I typed "locate tomboy" in the terminal window there were over 50 folders or files listed. Is there a single command I can use to remove all these or do they have to be deleted one by one.

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Mar 8, 2011

Few days ago the sound from my lenovo x61 started messing up so I did few googling and came up with solution to replace my pulseaudio with oss. Well, I following the instruction and now my sound stopped working altogether.


aplay -l
**** List of PLAYBACK Hardware Devices ****
aplay: device_list:256: snd_ctl_pcm_next_device

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Aug 11, 2010

I first installed opensuse KDE, the i use SuSE - LXDE.org to passs to LXDE, now i want to know if there's a way to completely remove KDE from my pc not tu use Yast and select one package for time.

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Oct 21, 2010

I installed kde 4.4 from openSUSE 11.3 livecd. Now i want to remove it completely. What's the command to remove kde 4.4 completely without the xorg.

zypper remove ?

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Ubuntu Installation :: Remove And Then Completely Uninstall Software?

Feb 1, 2011

When Ubuntu Software Centre removes software, it leaves files behind in File System which is owned by Root preventing me from deleting them.

1. Could this be why Update Manager is insisting that I install updates for software that I have removed and do not use?

2. There is one application I would like to re-install because it asked me technical questions before I installed it. I think I gave the wrong answer and when I re-installed it, it didn't ask the question again. It seems likely that there is a file somewhere that Ubuntu Software Centre didn't remove, and I could do with deleting but is owned by Root. How do I do this?

3. Should I have posted this query under 'Absolute Beginner Talk?'. I'm using Ubuntu 10.04 LTS Lucid Lynx.

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Ubuntu :: Completely Remove Evolution For A Clean Install?

Aug 14, 2011

I'm running it on a Toshiba Satellite laptop.After getting the OS installed and configured evolution, I did a backup of the evolution on my desktop version of 10.04 and attempted to restore it to evolution on my laptop and while it did seem to work, it became corrupted and now won't load.

I uninstalled multiple times and reinstalled to get the same problem. I also removed a number of folders trying to get a clean install but ran into the same problem as soon as restored again.How can I completely remove evolution so that I can get a truly clean install where the wizard comes up for set up again once I open it for the first time?

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Debian Multimedia :: How To Completely Remove GUI

Jan 29, 2012

I installed Debian without desktop enviroment and then I aptitude installed fluxbox, everything worked fine, but I wanted to try LXDE so I purged fluxbox and installed LXDE.But my old computer is too slow now. I purged the LXDE, but it is still here and it didn`t remove as many packages as it installed them, I also removed lxde-core, but it continues to work.

How could I get back to non-desktop enviroment without reinstalling the whole system?

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May 17, 2010

I want to completely remove a service i.e ypserv from my red hat linux service list.that how can i completely remove a particular service from the service list

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Jan 18, 2010

I'm installing CentOS from the netinstall in Virtualbox now. I was about to post a different thread because Anaconda kept crashing on me. Whenever I would try to uncheck Gnome, clicking next would always fail. I really don't want Gnome, but I need to get the VM installed, so I just accepted the default software selection. (It's not an iso problem either because I originally tried the DVD as well.)I've been using Linux for several years, but I need to use a GUI-less server. I found some instructions on how to disable X by entering runlevel 3, but that's not what I want to do. Is there a meta-package that I can remove "yum remove" and it will remove all the GUI dependencies, or perhaps something like "yum groupremove"?

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Remove Libmono-wcf3.0cil Completely?

Oct 21, 2010

Is it possible to remove libmono-wcf3.0cil completely? I get this error:

E: Error, pkgProblemResolver::Resolve generated breaks, this may be caused by held packages.
E: Unable to lock the download directory

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May 4, 2011

There's a single command to achieve this result? I want those (never and not willing to use in future) features to be completly remove from all my systems (*buntu).

Prefered command like sudo apt-get autoremove and avoid "clicking/settting throug various menu" Battery level indicator prefereably kept

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Fedora :: Remove A Package Completely From The Repository?

Jul 20, 2010

how can i remove a package completely from the repository.

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Dec 14, 2010

I want to install new php so i need to uninstall previous version of compiled php 5.3.3.
make uninstall is not working showing make: No rule to make target `uninstall'. Stop.what should i do to remove previously installed php completely so that i can install a new one??

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OpenSUSE Install :: Uninstall / Remove KDE Completely?

Mar 30, 2011

I am trying to streamline a desktop install into a more streamlined server-esk install. I have edited the inittab to change the runlevel at startup to 3. How do I now remove KDE completely? Also are there any other large programs I need to uninstall?

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Debian :: Remove Gnome Completely And Install Kde?

Sep 9, 2010

i just installed debian with a net installation but it installed gnome now i want to completely remove gnome and install kde, how do i do this?

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