How do I completely remove GUI from Ubuntu?
- The following command will disable GUI on boot hence upon the reboot the system will boot into multi user target: $ sudo systemctl set-default multi-user.
- Reboot or log out from a current session to exit GUI: $ gnome-session-quit.
How do I uninstall Ubuntu? Just boot into Windows and head to Control Panel > Programs and Features. Find Ubuntu in the list of installed programs, and then uninstall it like you would any other program. The uninstaller automatically removes the Ubuntu files and boot loader entry from your computer.
How do I force uninstall a program in Ubuntu? When Ubuntu Software opens, click the Installed button at the top. Find the application that you want to remove by using the search box or by looking through the list of installed applications. Select the application and click Remove. Confirm that you want to remove the application.
Is Ubuntu 14.04 LTS still supported? Ubuntu Linux 14.04 LTS reaches the end of its five-year LTS window on April 30th 2019 and will no longer be supported by the vendor (Canonical). This means that this version of Ubuntu will no longer receive security patches or other software updates.