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Removing Packages


Once a package is installed you can remove it with remove:

  $ wajig remove <package name>         (apt-get remove)

Once again, you can list multiple packages to remove with the one command.

A remove will not remove configuration files (in case you have done some configuration of the package and later re-install the package). To get rid of the configuation files as well use purge:

  $ wajig purge <package name>          (apt-get --purge remove)


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