Running “sudo apt-get remove --purge libreoffic*” was my last-ditch effort to remove loads of libreoffice files, but still left me with a ton of them.
Short of reinstalling Ubuntu, is there a way of removing these many leftovers?
from /usr/share/app-install/desktop and …/icons
and from several other places?
What’s a body to do?
If I agree with myself that I do not have Libreoffice installed (currently) is there any danger if I issue “locate libreoffice” and then follow the resulting trail to delete every instance of every found file line by line? Seems like a chore, but if that’s what it takes, so be it.
All this happened when I installed 6.0 and found that 5.x was still on the machine, having been installed from the LO website, not through Ubuntu’s Software Center.