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Old 12-22-2006, 03:04 PM   #1
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Distribution: Kubuntu 8.1x64 and Ubuntu 9.04 I386
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Unhappy How do I COMPLETELY uninstall Automatix2

I thought I was so smart. I reloaded Kubuntu 6.06 64 bit version
without a hitch. Loaded Firefox and Evolution and did my updates. Then
I loaded Automatix2 per the instructions and discovered that to my
dismay, I loaded version for 6.1. I loaded from the wrong lines.

How can I completely unload it. The instructions that say to type "sudo
apt-get remove Automatix2" get part of it but all indications are that
it isn't all gone. When I tried to install 6.06 after this, it still
said that I had 6.1 loaded. And 6.1 will not work.
How can I get it all out so I can start over?


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