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Old 02-04-2012, 01:29 PM   #1
Atharv Patil
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Question Help with the script for bulk uninstallation of packages in Lucid Puppy 5.2.5

I want to uninstall several packages at the same time. I came by the script and found it helpful. Because it is the script which makes the uninstall packages wizard work. But how do i give the specific packages name to the script. I copied(made a copy leaving the original script untouched) the script to an another location. I changed the variable declared at the starting of the script to the name of one of the package i want to uninstall. I ran the script and a dialog box came up the same way with the name of the package as it come when used the uninstall wizard with gui. But when i saw the list of installed packages, the package did not get uninstalled. How do i do it?


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