Ubuntu ‘apt-get’ list of commands (list, update, upgrade, cheatsheet)

I have a couple of Ubuntu Linux systems, including Raspberry Pi systems, test servers, and production servers. It seems like every time I have to use an apt-get or other apt command, I always have to search for the command I need. To put an end to that, I’m creating this “apt-get reference page.” It’s very terse, as I’ve just written it for myself, but I hope it’s also helpful for others.

How to delete/uninstall an Android app from an emulator from the command line

I recently had a problem with an Android emulator, and for some reason I wasn't able to delete the Android app I was developing. I knew you could delete Android apps from the command line, but I had no need to do this until now.

After reading a few docs, I found that I could delete my Android app from the command line using the adb command, like this:

How to delete/uninstall iPhone apps (iOS 11)

Table of Contents1 - Short summary: How to delete an iPhone app2 - How to delete/uninstall an iPhone app (iPhone application)3 - What can go wrong4 - Deleting iPhone apps from iTunes5 - How to delete iPhone apps in a “waiting” state

iPhone/iOS FAQ: How do I delete/remove/uninstall iPhone applications?

When I learned how to move iPhone app icons around, I also learned how to remove iPhone apps. Here’s a short tutorial on how to delete iPhone apps.

How to uninstall macOS applications

Mac application FAQ: How do I uninstall Mac OS X applications?

If you've come to the Mac from Microsoft Windows, you're probably used to having some sort of "application uninstall" process for removing a software application from your computer. On the Mac, things are a little different, but actually easier, once you see how it works.

Flash - How to remove the Flash plugin

Big-time sick today, and I'm trying to slip in a little work between sleeping spells, but Flash is killing me on my slow home PC. Here's a link to uninstall the Flash plug-in. Seems like Macromedia could provide an uninstall program or otherwise make this easier (argh!). I don't think most people would be brave enough to follow these instructions ... but maybe that's the point.