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clean_packages [2018/08/16 23:03]
lami07
clean_packages [2019/08/14 23:00] (current)
pavroo
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 After removing, installing new or upgrading packages, there can be some packages not needed any more. After removing, installing new or upgrading packages, there can be some packages not needed any more.
  
-They can be safely removed from the system. Every command has to be run with root privileges ​**su** or **sudo**.+They can be safely removed from the system. Every command has to be run with super user privileges **sudo**.
  
 Run: Run:
  
-   ​apt-get autoremove+   sudo apt-get autoremove
  
 After upgrading packages, the package manager keeps all **deb** packages even if doesn'​t need them any more. After upgrading packages, the package manager keeps all **deb** packages even if doesn'​t need them any more.
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 To remove all old **deb** packages from the system (the latest **deb** versions will be NOT removed), run: To remove all old **deb** packages from the system (the latest **deb** versions will be NOT removed), run:
  
-   ​apt-get autoclean+   sudo apt-get autoclean
  
 If you would like to remove all the **deb** packages from the system, run: If you would like to remove all the **deb** packages from the system, run:
  
-   ​apt-get clean+   sudo apt-get clean
  
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