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Old 07-21-2008, 09:10 AM   #1
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How to uninstall nvu when petget utility won't

I have Puppy 4.0. I tried to install Nvu from the Puppy 3 repository using Petget. It seemed to install okay. When I click on it in Menu>>Document>>Nvu Wysiwig editor it won't start. When I try to launch it from command line I get errors.

When I tried to delete it using Petget it won't let me.

Petget from the menu shows it as installed. Petget from the command line does not list it as an installed package.

How do I go about removing this package?

Edit: Solved. I reinstalled it. It still didn't work. But I was then able to remove NVU. Note: I reinstalled NVU. NVU does not seem to work on Pupppy 4.

Last edited by ubume2; 08-02-2008 at 09:41 AM. Reason: Solved&Update



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