What commands do I need to remove all vestiges of X + Bumblebee from my Squeeze installation?
Kindly disregard my previous message - I've done a reinstall of the OS, and I'm about to start a new thread for recommendations. Thanks...
On Sunday, July 15, 2012 7:30:01 AM UTC+5:30, aditya menon wrote:
> I have had to install and remove X multiple times using aptitude trying to debug my graphic card. Now, I'm ready to give up and simply get X as it is.
> I also have tried the uninstall process outlined in Bumblebee's documentation, but it still tries to start up (I can see it calling 'starting Bumblebeed - failed') when I start the system on terminal.
> So I'd like to restore my system to a 'clean' level, without re-formatting. I have no real personal data on the install, but it's a pain to reformat. I want to achieve a state where there is no X or bumblebee... help please?
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