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Posted by: S3Indiana on January 18, 2008 12:18 AM
To uninstall software installed by CNR, I had to use APT, Synaptic, or Adept to find the appropriate package; it appeared that CNR didn't provide a way to uninstall software using A Web search brought me to uninstall instructions on Freespire's wiki, but they didn't seem to work. A client that can install but not uninstall software seems incomplete.
Is inaccurate. Opening the green CNR Client in the system tray (right-click Launch CNR), then select the Manage Software tab > CNR Software, highlight the package then select the Uninstall button at the bottom of the client. Could it be easier??? Also provides what packages were installed and the location: right-click the package, then select Files Associated. BTW using a web site - - is the most reliable way to function cross platform...
[Modified by: S3Indiana on January 18, 2008 12:20 AM]


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