Removing Firefox and Thunderbird (Solved)

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Lumikki
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Removing Firefox and Thunderbird (Solved)

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It seem that I have little issue as removing both softwares. If I remove one the other is installed. I tryed software manager and apt-get.

(Translated some lines, because they where Finnish language)

sudo apt-get remove firefox
Reading packed list... Done
Creating dependings tree
Reading status... Done
Next packed is installed automaticly as it's not needed anymore::
gimp-help-common
Use 'sudo apt autoremove' to remove it.
The following additional packages will be installed:
thunderbird
Suggest packeds:
thunderbird-gnome-support ttf-lyx
Next packeds REMOVED:
firefox
Next NEW packed installed:
thunderbird
0 update, 1 new installation, 1 removed ja 16 not updated.
Retrieving archive 0 t/33,4 MB.
After action release 19,3 MB diskspace.
Want to continue? [Y/n] n

How I can remove both softwares?
Last edited by Lumikki on Mon Jul 04, 2016 2:56 am, edited 1 time in total.
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Re: Removing Firefox and Thunderbird

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I seem to solved this by my self. Basicly just removing both same time.

sudo apt-get remove firefox thunderbird
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