Milan Knizek wrote:
>> I'm using Ubuntu "Breezy", and I would like to know
>> what I have
>> to do to remove the old installation? Is it enough
>> to delete the
>> files/directories (mainly in /usr)? In addition, there's
> Did you install it using some package manager (eg. synaptics apt)? If
> so, you should uninstall the application using that manager.
No, I compiled it from the source (tar.gz).
> If compiled from source and you keep the compiled source, you can run
> "make uninstall" in the root source directory to delete the installed
> files. (I personally do it this way.)
> If you do not have the source, you can delete the files manually, however,
> it could be quite tricky. I would propose downloading the source code
> of the same version again, compile it and install to some other location
> (./configure --prefix=/tmp/cinepaint_test). Then you can check what
> files got installed.
I do have the sources, and I'll try what you suggested.
> By the way, if you configure the new version of cinepaint with a different
> prefix (./configure --prefix=/opt/cinepaint-0.22-1), you can keep the
> old version and use it in paralel (the only problem could be $HOME/.cinepaint
> (By the way, there is a cinepaint in one of the edgy repositories, I
> am not sure about breezy. However, it is not compiled with GTK2 support.)
I know, and especially for that purpose, I compiled GTK 1.x
in addition. Regarding newer versions of Ubuntu, I would like
to get a faster PC first, and then install the latest Ubuntu
on that. In the meantime, I'll keep the "Breezy" install.
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