Re: Linux behaving exactly like windows. Can't delete apps/ links. Unbelievable
From: Angelo Lopes (my_name_at_yaooh.com)
Date: Sun, 21 Sep 2003 13:49:40 +0100
On Sun, 21 Sep 2003 11:57:56 +1000, Buck Rogers <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> I removed Mozilla. I don't like it, I don't need it, it bloats, I
>> prefer Mozilla Firebird. So, I don't want Mozilla Web Browser link on
>> my K Menu, since I haven't it.
>> I removed it from /home/<username>/.kde/share/applnk-redhat/Internet
>> but it always shows in my username Menu > Internet.
>> I logged as root, I went to /usr/share/applnk-redhat/Internet and
>> trashed redhat-web.desktop. Logged with my username, and Mozilla Web
>> Browser was there again! I logged back as root and the trashed /thing/
>> was there,
>> How do I get rid of this? Does it exist any hidden setting where I may
>> select "don't regenerate". It's my laptop anyway.....
>You need to uninstall the RPM.
>As root, type: rpm -q -a | grep mozilla (this will show you all
>installed packages(RPM) with "mozilla" in the package name.
As I posted, I had removed it. This command returns nothing.
>That's all you need to do. If the icons are still in KDE after
>that, you can delete them manually.
How, or from where, please?
-- Angelo Lopes da Silva Porto, Portugal