__/ [noi] on Monday 19 September 2005 05:34 \__
> On Mon, 19 Sep 2005 03:33:58 +0000, al wrote this:
>> I need to delete and do a complete reinstall
> Assuming SuSE or RH installed rpm.
> $ rpm -qa | grep -i firefox
> # then remove the package from above
> $ rpm -e firefox-??????
> # or with Suse Yast2, add remove programs.
> # to completely remove all traces you could
> $ rpm -R ~/.mozilla
> # If you installed firefox from the source, .gz or .bz
> # then
> $ find / -name "firefox*"
> $ rm -R /path_to_/firefox
I never installed Firefox using an RPM. I just uncompressed some binaries,
which seem to have done the trick. If I was to remove Firefox, I would just
log in (root privileges not needed in my case) and
rm -rf ~/..../Programs/firefox
The KDE file manager (i.e. Konqueror) might be an easier for the OP to do
this assuming no RPM was ever handled.
To remove all user-bound settings as well as Firefox, apply the same to
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