# tar tvfz j2sdk-1_3_0-update1-doc.tar.gz # list all the files in the
drwxrwxr-x java_re/java_re 0 2000-08-29 12:40:21 jdk1.3/
drwxrwxr-x java_re/java_re 0 2000-08-29 12:42:42 jdk1.3/docs/
-r--r--r-- java_re/java_re 23231 2000-08-29 09:19:28
drwxrwxr-x java_re/java_re 0 2000-08-29 12:40:22 jdk1.3/docs/images/
-r--r--r-- java_re/java_re 827 2000-04-19 10:16:27
-rw-r--r-- java_re/java_re 1357 2000-05-01 15:27:18
-rw-r--r-- java_re/java_re 8852 2000-05-01 15:27:18
-rw-r--r-- java_re/java_re 1240 2000-05-01 15:27:18
$ man tar # for more information
$ info tar # for more information
> Hmm.. I guess it was a tarball. (wasn't an RPM) Can you go into a
> little more detail on how to make that script, or point me towards a
> website to find out how?
> > > How can I uninstall software in linux, not using RPM? Nobody seems
> > > know this, at least in any chat room or website I've been into.
> > > Currently I'm trying to learn how to uninstall GCC, but any general
> > > help would be appreciated. TIA
> > How did you install it in the first place? If
> > you used RPM, I suggest using RPM to uninstall. If you
> > used a tarball, then list out the tarball and use that
> > to create a script that removes all the files.
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