Ubuntu: Remove KILE and other KDE dependencies



Question:

I am using Ubuntu 12.04. I found my root directory full so thought to free up some space. In this regard I opt for removing KILE. But the base package KILE is only 4.4 MB.

How can I remove its related libraries (nearly 300MB) which were installed with it?


Solution:1

Try

sudo apt-get remove --purge kile  

and

sudo apt-get autoremove --purge  

This should remove any leftover KDE dependencies (as long as there is no other KDE program installed, that depends on them)


Solution:2

You can list the kde-depencies with dpkg -l | grep kde. Output is something like this:

rc  kdebase-bin              4:4.6.5-0ubuntu1    core binaries for the KDE base applications  rc  kdebase-workspace-bin    4:4.6.5-0ubuntu1    core binaries for the KDE Plasma Workspace  

Now you can manually remove all unwanted kde packages, but be careful if there are packages that not belongs to kde. If you use other kde applications, then those applications need kde-depencies.

See: What do the various dpkg flags like 'ii' 'rc' mean?


Solution:3

To remove KDE libraries, use command below. Open terminal (Ctrl+Alt+T) then type:

sudo apt-get remove kubuntu-desktop --purge    sudo apt-get remove kde-base --purge  

Then restart your computer. The KDE libraries will be removed.


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