TrevorH, thanks. I didn't realize that it was a package, but yes. there it is in the install log. I can probably remove the package in the @packages section.gerald_clark. Thank ... [by journeyman]
on 02/23/2013 – Made popular on 02/23/2013
Pardon this newbie question, but I've previously run into serious issues as I wanted to try other desktop environments other than the default one in Ubuntu, precisely because I didn't know how to completely remove some/all of them and get back to the default settings.
I think I ran into these issues because I didn't know which packages to remove as I didn't know which packages were installed at t
As an Ubuntu noob, I install and uninstall a lot of packages, to try them out. However, for months, I made the mistake of using apt-get remove instead of apt-get purge, which I didn't even realize exists.
Is there a way to cause apt-get to purge every package I've uninstalled? My system is full of leftover files I neither want or need from dozens of different packages.