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
I was fiddling around on Minecraft a moment ago and noticed something strange - It was using OpenJDK 6 (at least for my profile, I don't know what the launcher is using...), which I didn't realize was installed by default.
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.
I'm running Debian 7.3 and I built Python 2.7.6 from source and it was installed in /usr/local/lib/python2.7 I used checkinstall to create a .deb package so I can easily uninstall it later, the problem is that I named the package python, but if I try to remove it it'll remove all the other packages that depend on python, so now I removed the installed files manually but the package is still showin
I have this issue and I would like to understand why it is like this.
I have build 3 really simple rpm packages called a, b and c, and I made a independant, b depending on a and c depending on a and b.
Each of them has a source made of only one file that is supposed to be put in /home/ (that's not the important part).
The code for each of them is more or less the same, only the dependencies chang
You told yum to not install the packages so it didn't. When you ran yum it offered to install libmcrypt-devel and update libmcrypt. You said no so it left the already installed libmcrypt intac... [by TrevorH]