many configuration files that broked my system
psmouty at live.com
Mon Apr 29 20:27:12 UTC 2013
On 29/04/13 20:57, Pop Horea wrote:
> I'm refering to removal of: .config .gnome .gnome2 folders. But those 2
> commands are ok too.
> *From:* pete smout <psmouty at live.com>
> *To:* ubuntu-users at lists.ubuntu.com
> *Sent:* Monday, April 29, 2013 10:48 PM
> *Subject:* Re: many configuration files that broked my system
> On 29/04/13 19:33, Pop Horea wrote:
> > Hello,
> > These 3 days I had many problems.
> > I had many configuration files that broked my system.
> > It past 2 years since I've haven't done a clean up.
> > I think I will make package that removes all config files.
> > I'm from Romania and if it will be a package of this kind in english I
> > need your help.
> > I want to make:
> > a text file with necessary commands that remove the folders in couse --
> > this file with the permision to run as a program.
> > a control file
> > and then with a command to make it .deb package.
> > If you wanna help please write the folders or files that has to be
> > remove d and the commands.
> > Thank you !
> If I understand you correctly I think you need to run 2 separate apt-get
> commands, firstly to fix any broken packages / dependencies:
> sudo apt-get -f install
> When entered into terminal, (it will prompt for password, donâ€™t worry if
> you donâ€™t see anything thatâ€™s normal).
> Then to remove any unwanted packages:
> sudo apt-get autoremove
> If I have misunderstood your question I apologize and I am sure someone
> else will be able to help you further
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Sorry for the misunderstanding ;)
I would look into
I have had to use both on previous occasions, but cannot offer any
further advice (found as solutions to problems on google)
I am sure google can be your friend here as well (search commands)
Maybe someone here will help further expand on these commands? But I
prefer to try and do my own research, as I learn more that way!?!
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