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In a fit of command line joy, I went about installing some programs. I tried to install the 'say' command (like Darwin has), and installed whatever program Ubuntu recommended -- unfortunately, without writing it down.



It ended up not being the right one, and I'm pretty sure I downloaded GNUStep -- there's not a folder in my home directory, and if I delete it and run 'say' again, it recreates and creates an 'installed-software.txt' file.



How do I uninstall GNUstep, and stop this from happening?


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After run say Ubuntu recommends installation of gnustep-gui-runtime. Uninstall it by running:



sudo apt-get remove gnustep-gui-runtime


You can also run sudo apt-get autoremove to remove the automatically installed dependencies of gnustep-gui-runtime.


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