How do I uninstall a package in Linux?
- Remove a package: Get the package complete name: dpkg –list | grep partial_package_name* Remove the package: sudo apt-get remove package_name. Remove all the dependencies: sudo apt-get purge package_name.
- Remove a Snap: Using remove command: sudo snap remove package_name. answered Aug 9, 2021 at 12:49. Mostafa Wael.
How do I uninstall an RPM?
- Log in as root , or use the su command to change to the root user at the workstation on which you want to install the software.
- Download the package you wish to install.
- To install the package, enter the following command at the prompt: rpm -i DeathStar0_42b.rpm.
How can we install and remove packages with RPM commands?
- Install : It is used to install any RPM package.
- Remove : It is used to erase, remove or un-install any RPM package.
- Upgrade : It is used to update the existing RPM package.
- Verify : It is used to verify an RPM packages.
- Query : It is used query any RPM package.
How do I remove an RPM package without dependency check? The first “rpm -qa” lists all RPM packages and the grep finds the package you want to remove. Then you copy the entire name and run the “rpm -e –nodeps” command on that package. It will, without prompting for confirmation, remove that package but none of its dependencies.