Pretty much all Linux distros have an "add/remove programs" function (for quite a while now).
Command line method is this:
1. Open a terminal as root.
2. rpm -qa > installed_apps.txt
(RPM is Redhat Package Manager "q" means "query" , "a" means "all" ">" means "send to" , then you are creating a file called installed_apps.txt - whew!
Anyway open the list in a text editor, and you have a complete list of every app on your system.
REMOVE APP by typing rpm -e app <<< replace "app" with the name of the application you are removing.
Last edited by greauxe; 08-18-2005 at 02:07 PM.