Debian Uninstall Question
chomiak at charter.net
Sat Oct 2 21:04:57 EDT 2004
I wrote this before but thinking somebody else might have a better answer
I postponed it. I hope maybe it helps some.
At least on unstable, I can do
apt-get remove gnome2*
and have most if not all of the gnome packages removed. Only if you try to
add or remove anything with apt-get using the star after the name, make
sure you look at what it is about to remove so you don't lose more than
I realize this still leaves some x applications; not sure how you would
Tasksel allows you to add groups of packages but not remove them. Dselect
might allow you to do what you want, but I personally don't find dselect
very speech or braille friendly--that might just be my preference though.
I don't know if aptitude would give you any more flexibility than apt-get
"Where your treasure is, there will your heart be also."
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