GIMP is free image-manipulation software similar to Adobe PhotoShop for Linux and Windows. Ubuntu is a Linux distribution designed to be easy to use for the beginner yet full featured for the Linux enthusiast. You can remove GIMP from Ubuntu using the command line. You will need the administrator password you created when you installed Ubuntu.
Go to the "Application" menu, then "Accessories." Click on "Terminal."
Type "sudo apt-get remove gimp" and press "Enter." Type your administrator password. Press "Enter."
Type "Y" and press "Enter" to remove GIMP from your Ubuntu system.
Tips & Warnings
- Linux is case sensitive.
- The command will not remove your images.