zrdc28 wrote:Go back to envy and hit the uninstall button which is what I did, Hope that works for you.
zrdc28 wrote:I went to the command line and typed in envy and it came back with this.
ERROR: you need to provide a parameter:
"-t" for the textual interface
"-g" for the GTK frontend
"--uninstall-all" to completely remove what Envy has done
So I think the command line should look like this.
sudo envy --uninstall-all
Of course it will probably ask you for your password, Hope that works for you.
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