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I just installed mozilla 1.7 and want to remove 1.6. How would I do this? For some reason, I still have both versions installed still....
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    How to uninstall old version of mozilla


    I just installed mozilla 1.7 and want to remove 1.6. How would I do this? For some reason, I still have both versions installed still.

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    How did you install them in the first place?

    tar.gz, rpm, ebuild?
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    if you installed by rpm type in a konsole window :rpm -e <package name>
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    if you installed via mozilla's install script, there is an equaly effective uninstall script included i beleve.
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    If you are running FC you can just pop the disc into your computer and uninstall that way. But if you are running FC then you have rpm support so you should probably go with:
    rpm -e <mozilla-1.6>

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    wow, like 4 post all saying the same thing
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