• remove obs help


    I installed obs form github and now I want to remove it, but I have no clue how. Can someone help me ?

  • @darkkhais
    What’s the github link? There may be instructions, too…

  • @darkkhais
    So you installed it with yaourt?
    Uninstall it with pamac-manager. You may want to configure pamac-manager to remove unneeded dependencies first.

  • Or simply with terminal command:

    sudo pacman -Rsn obs-studio-git
    
  • It says target not found.
    I created a pkg out of it before wanting to delete it so I don’t know if that changes anything.

  • If you installed it to the “proper” place (meaning: you didn’t change any paths), you could try to reinstall it again “properly”:

    yaourt -S obs-studio-git
    

    and the uninstall it as shown before.

  • trying it right now. Ill let you know if it works.

  • It removed, but it is still showing up when I hit the windows key and search for it.

  • Is there a way I can send you a picture of this ?

  • looks like xfce and whisker menu?

    may you add the entry manual? do you logout login or reboot?

  • How do I add an entry manual, and I have tried rebooting, logging out and back in, and completely shutting off the system and turning it back on.
    Also it is xfce and whisker.

  • what say:

    ls /usr/share/applications/obs.desktop

  • ls /usr/share/applications/obs.desktop
    ls: cannot access ‘/usr/share/applications/obs.desktop’: No such file or directory

  • @darkkhais said in remove obs help:

    I installed obs form github

    what does you want to say exactly with this?

    You want to say you installed git version from AUR?
    https://github.com/obsproject/obs-studio/wiki/Install-Instructions#linux
    “Git” version is available on AUR: https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/obs-studio-git

    As nornmal version of OBS is also in community sudo pacman -Rsn obs-studio would then the command to uninstall…

  • It could also be in

    ~/.local/share/applications
    
  • @darkkhais please tell us how exactly you install OBS before…

  • So the only problem is the .desktop file?
    If so, then you can search it with command

    find / -name '*obs*.desktop' 2>/dev/null
    

    and remove it.

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