On Mon, 20 Oct 2003 13:23:30 -0400
David Z Maze <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> David Palmer <email@example.com> writes:
> > What risk do I run with apt-get remove epiphany (the game), without
> > disturbing epiphany the browser (with bookmarks).
> What I'd suggest you do:
> (0) Install aptitude, if you haven't yet.
> (1) Start aptitude.
> (2) Press '/', type "ephiphany" in the box that comes up. This will
> search for packages with "epiphany" in their name; pressing '\'
> will find the next one.
> (3) Check that you've found the right package. With the default
> setup, the package description will be displayed in the bottom
> half of the screen; you can also press enter to see the full
> description and dependencies.
> (4) Press '-' to remove (or '_' to purge) the package.
> (5) Press 'g'; aptitude will display what it's going to do. (Press
> 'q' if it's wrong.)
> (6) Press 'g' to make it go.
Thank you, David.