On lundi 5 août 2019 17:30:17 CEST Christophe wrote:
> Hi all,
> I would like to remove all digiKam data (preferences, database, …) from
> Ubuntu, knowing I am using the AppImage format, in order to reinstall an
> older digiKam version.
> I cannot run sudo apt-get remove xxx.
> Unfortunately, I haven't found the way to do so in the FAQ.
You'll have to remove:
- the appimage : wherever you put that
- the database : location defined in your settings
- configuration data : for me, in ~/.config
some *may* be also in ~/.local/share/digikam
(Disclaimer: I'm using a repository version from OpenSUSe, so some directories
could be different/absent. Also, the files in ~/.local/share/digikam all date
from 2016, so could have been left from an old version).
And be careful NOT to remove any of your images... (but you should know where
> Le 5 août 2019 à 18:14, woenx <[hidden email]> a écrit :
> Delete the preferences file at ~/.config/digikamrc and the databases at
> ~/Images/digikam4.db, recognition.db, similarity.db and
> And just delete the .appimage file. That's it, I don't think there will be
> any other files lying around.
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