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so i installed amarok, decided to go back to banshee but a program that i guess was in stalled with amarok, nepomuk, i will not leave my menu, even if ...
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    so i installed amarok, decided to go back to banshee but a program that i guess was in stalled with amarok, nepomuk, i will not leave my menu, even if its uninstalled. i even trid rebooting, nothings working. need help, its bugging me alot

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    hmm..nothing?

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    Did you do a complete removal which should remove all files (Mark for complete removal when using Synaptic which I think is the same as apt-get --purge remove nepomuk)

    Failing that, you should be able to get rid of it using the menu editor.
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    Compleat removal. Ill try the menu editer... How do i find that?

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    Have a look on the menu for "Main Menu" in the other category. If it's not there then you will need to install "alacarte" from the software manager. If you are OK with the command line then open a terminal and run the following to get rid of it.

    Code:
    cd /usr/share/applications
    ls 
    sudo rm nepomuk.desktop
    After the ls command you should see lots of files called something.desktop which indicates you are in the right place.

    The file may not be called nepomuk.desktop but you should be able to find it in the listing.
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    thanks a ton! that fixed it, and helped me clean up my menu in general. i wonder why that isnt installed by default?

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