removing an application
Christopher J Combrink
chris at riply.co.za
Wed Dec 3 12:29:05 UTC 2008
Are you sure that these are not shared dependences?
On Wed, 2008-12-03 at 12:18 +0000, norman wrote:
> I have always assumed that when one used Synaptic to totally remove an
> application that is what happened. So, I opened Synaptic, searched for
> ufraw found two applications and totally removed them. Then, to make
> sure there were no files remaining I used search for files and
> immediately found 47 files all with ufraw in them. Could someone please
> explain to me what is going on and tell me how I can best remove all the
> files connected with ufraw.
> I need to do this because I am trying to find out why the ufraw I have
> is not doing what it is supposed to do and it has been suggested that
> perhaps there are residues of an old version which are interfering with
> the version I now have. So, I thought that if I removed all the files
> connected with ufraw and then reinstalled the new version it might solve
> the problem.
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