Ubuntu: How to restore removed packages



Question:

I install the Open Broadcast Software (OBS) , I had a software center issue

so I tried to remove it from terminal with this command

sudo apt autoremove obs  

after that it's remove a system packages not the program i think system use it for render the display or something similar that's a screenshot of chromium v52 after command process finish another one for open file dialog open file dialog chromium v52 and this is a history.log of apt , display removed packages link(github raw) i running a Ubuntu 16.4 LTS

any help please :_:


Solution:1

Open Broadcast Software installation instructions (Ubuntu 14.04+)

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:obsproject/obs-studio  sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install obs-studio  

Recommended: Install ppa-purge -> sudo apt install ppa-purge and run it to uninstall and revert all changes made by OBS:

sudo ppa-purge ppa:obsproject/obs-studio  

Additionally, autoremove has no parameters and the list of removed package contains only the ones that were no longer needed and also unrelated to any graphical glitch.


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