is it possible to uninstall Thunderbird on Sol11 11/11? what is eligible to replace it?
the reason that i want to replace Thunderbird is that it seems exceptionally buggy; it was written by the same people who wrote the p2p client Miro for Windows; Miro was so exasperatingly buggy that i chuckled when i ripped it out.
please delineate the procedure: is pkgrm the appropriate mechanism; how do i find where thunderbird is located?
Edited by: Neal Weissman on Mar 5, 2012 8:21 PM
Edited by: Neal Weissman on Mar 5, 2012 8:22 PM
pkgrm is the procedure for the older versions of Solaris. With Solaris 11, the command to uninstall packages is "pkg uninstall". To uninstall thunderbird, you should run this command :
# pkg uninstall thunderbird
To determine where is Thunderbird installed, you can executed this both command :
# which thunderbird
# pkg contents thunderbird
I would recommend you to read the contents of this URL to learn how to manage packages on Solaris 11