getting rid of 'Crossover' itself, not just the programs installed by Crossover.
I want to uninstall Crossover itself, not just the programs installed by Crossover. I am on a fixed income, and Crossover is proprietary. I cannot afford it. If I can't install 'e-sword' for free using Wine (and e-sword is clearly meant to be free), Xiphos will do just fine. But Crossover remains on my 'Applications' menu (Linux Ubuntu 10.04 LTS), and I'd love to get rid of it. Anybody?
Last edited by kirbster56; 05-08-2012 at 02:19 PM.
Reason: Typos. Thanks for letting me clean it up.