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 Removing installed packages can be done via one of the two tools: **apt-get** or **dpkg**. Removing installed packages can be done via one of the two tools: **apt-get** or **dpkg**.
  
-Every command has to be run with root privileges ​**su** or **sudo**. ​+Every command has to be run with super user privileges **sudo**. ​
  
-1. To remove an already installed package (packages), run:+**1**. To remove an already installed package (packages), run:
  
-   ​apt-get remove package1 package2+   sudo apt-get remove package1 package2
  
-2. To remove a package with its configuration:​+**2**. To remove a package with its configuration:​
  
-   ​apt-get purge package1+   sudo apt-get purge package1
  
-3. To remove not needed dependencies,​ after removing a package:+**3**. To remove not needed dependencies,​ after removing a package:
  
-   ​apt-get autoremove+   sudo apt-get autoremove
  
-4. A package can be removed from the system via **dpkg** tool as well:+**4**. A package can be removed from the system via **dpkg** tool as well:
  
-   dpkg -r package1.deb+   sudo dpkg -r package1.deb
  
 ---- ----
  
-<WRAP center box 58%> +<WRAP center box 75%> 
-[[install_package|<​--- Install new packages]]|[[fix_package|Fix broken packages --->]]+|[[install_package|<​--- Install new packages]] ​  [[fix_package|Fix broken packages --->]]|
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
remove_package.txt · Last modified: 2019/12/12 11:08 by 8bit