There is no proper uninstaller that comes with Ureka. Because the software is completely self-contained, all you need to do to remove an installation is to delete the installation directory. For example, if you installed Ureka in a directory called “/home/jane/Ureka” then you would uninstall it with this command:

rm -rf /home/jane/Ureka

There are a couple of additional configuration directories that Ureka creates in the user’s home directory. If you want to completely remove every trace of Ureka (for all installations), do this:

# WARNING: do not do this if you have other Ureka installations
rm -rf $HOME/.ureka
rm -rf $HOME/.ureka_tmp

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