Hi, I run Linux Ubuntu 10.04 and I installed Python 2.7 (didn't uninstall Python 2.6 which is Ubuntu 10.04's default). But I realized later on that I didn't have any practical use for keeping 2.7 anymore seeing that I mostly use 2.6 now. How can I remove Python 2.7? I used 'which python2.7' in the terminal and it outputted: '/usr/local/bin/python2.7'. Also, is there someway to check if no files where overwritten when I just installed Python 2.7?
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Perhaps I am just being dense, but couldn't you use the synaptic package manager? Type python in the Quick Search and then click on the green box next to the python 2.7 package? I guess I am assuming that you installed the 2.7 version from a package, right? If you …
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