How did you install it?
How did you uninstall it?
How did you install it?
from the package manager GUI
the add/remove software app
what IS that app?
You must have installed it.
You must know what it is and what it is for.
video streaming like Youtube
I thought it’s an app based on youtube so it shows youtube videos in a cool, sorted way but turned out to be a different platform with it’s own videos
Which package did you use exactly?
literally just pressed install
He does not know - or is not capable to tell.
does not have anything like it by that particular name
mese give up
Is that a Flatpak package? We can’t help you if you aren’t precise…
can’t you open the package manager and search for it to know it’s package name or something then tell me what to do?
yeah - what happens when you do that?
I can - but I don’t have the thing installed nor do have a problem with it.
from this photo I guess it is yes, but I had a flatpack list before n the app wasn’t listed but let’s pretend we dont know that and act as if it’s flatpack
dude you’re saying I am not able to tell, I wish I can
I am even providing every single screenshot I possibly can attach but I am not that experienced yet ;/
I mean I am not trying to tell you what to do or anything I am just suggesting things in case I wasn’t able to provide precise enough information
Then let’s check if Flatpak knows about it.
Although it is about Windows, and probably not through Flatpak, i spotted an issue about the application not uninstalling properly.
flatpak install flathub lbry flatpak uninstall lbry
If the application is still in the system, we should be able to find it.
find / -regex .*lbry.*
@Attia In the future, please edit your previous post instead of posting multiple times in a row. Your successive posts have been merged. This is a support forum, not an instant messenger.
An exception could be when one wants to reply separately to different users; however one can tag the person or quote posts instead.
If I’m typing lbry into pamac-manager (the GUI)
I get multiple choices - not just one
No one knows what or which one you installed - and want to remove.
The barebones approach would be to examine the pacman installation log.
cat /var/log/pacman.log | grep lbry
or something simlar, like
and then, within the program, CTRL+f to look for a pattern
to see what was done and when
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