View Full Version : Completely uninstall software
Apr 12th 2012, 08:56 AM
I'm a new Kubuntu user and had to install postgresql and pgadmin, since I had some problem setting it up I uninstalled both of them using terminal but still can see them both in Kmenu/applications and can still run the software. Why is that possible, how do I remove the software completely from my system? I don't see them in muon software center nor in muon package manager as installed. Dolphin search does not give any files or folders related to postgres and pgadmin. Any idea, anyone?! :confused:
Apr 12th 2012, 12:18 PM
dpkg -l | grep postgresql
If it doesn't return anything then it shouldn't be install, if it dose then it is still installed. However, I didn't think postgresql would add an entry to the menu as its a service that runs in the background by the system... What entries are in the menu? they might be for front end applications that you still have installed.
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