uninstall a program

Could you tell me what is command for uninstalling a program that you’ve installed manually, and you want to remove it completely? For example pdfstudio, which I have downloaded, but I like to remove it completely. Thanks in advance.

sudo apt-get remove --purge pdfstudio*

Maybe that will work

I get the following message:
Unable to locate package pdfstudio.

What command did you use to install pdfstudio?

I down loaded in the download folder first.
Opened a terminal, and then…
cd Downloads, and
sh ./PDFStudio_v10_2_0_linux64.sh

OH, well then that would be the script install method and not one of the provided deb packages.
May I ask why you didn’t scroll down the page and download the deb packages from their site instead?
https://www.qoppa.com/pdfstudio/demo/download/

pdfstudio wasn’t available in Muon, or in Synaptics.

If you scroll down the page, it has links for both the 32 bit and 64 bit Debian (Ubuntu) deb files.

Anyway, after a quick google search, I found the solution from this site: http://kbpdfstudio.qoppa.com/?p=221

Got it AJSlye, and thanks for your help. I just installed Netrunner 17, and testing it as we speak. It’s very nice, and well put together. Very impressive. :wink: