Joined: July 2004
||Posted: Jan. 07 2006,20:14
edit: sorry, dead link.
Instead, read Robert's post below.
To expand on his statement "They do not provide package management", this means that there is no "uninstall" in mydsl.
UCI packages can be umounted, so that takes care of them.
TAR.GZ packages are installed into /opt/program_name. Remove that directory and the application is gone. All you are left with is none, some, or all of the following:
Personal config(s) in /home/dsl/ (could be a directory or a single file).
Icon and lnk files in /home/dsl/.xtdesktop/
A line in /home/dsl/.fluxbox/menu
DSL packages are the most difficult to remove, since they are installed into the base system. If you really want to remove it, look inside the *.dsl package (it's a gzipped tarball) to find out what files were installed, and remove them manually. Be very careful doing this, particularly with *.so* files (libraries), as some of them may have been in the original DSL system...removing them might break other apps, or possibly break your system.
Then ask yourself..."Why didn't I choose frugal?" =o)