uninstall python2.5 on debian
cyberco at gmail.com
Fri Sep 21 22:08:08 CEST 2007
On Sep 18, 9:03 am, "dimitri pater" <dimitri.pa... at gmail.com> wrote:
> both python2.3 and python2.5 are installed on my Debian webserver. For
> some reason, I would like to uninstall Python2.5 which was installed
> from source (make install) and keep 2.3.
> I have tried make uninstall and searched the web, but that did not help me.
> I guess rm -Rf python2.5 is not a wise thing to do.
> You can't have everything. Where would you put it? -- Steven Wright
> please visitwww.serpia.org
I'm not sure if this is what you're looking for, but in /usr/bin/
there is a symbolic link named 'python' that points to a python
version in the same directory. I had the same issue and just
redirected the pointer (deleted the old one and created an new one
with the same name that pointed to the python version I wanted to use
when invoking 'python'). Having said that, the other python version is
still installed...(which was no problem at all in my case).
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