Is there a way to prevent some programs from installing?

Added by Berk Berker about 1 month ago

Hi,

First of all I want to thank developers for developing such a good linux system. I recently bought a new laptop. So far Calculate Linux haven't had any problems with the drivers. I had graphic cards and wifi problem with other systems such as ubuntu flavours.

My specs are i5-8250u cpu, intel 620 hd integrated graphics, realtek gigabit card, intel 8265 wifi card. Calculate Linux sees these components out of box.

I have some problems. I have solved some and trying to solve what is left. I will send a new message if I can't find a solution for them.

For now, what i would like to know is if there is a way to prevent a program from installing before the first boot. I am using KDE edition. For example I don't want SMTube, Libreoffice, gtk-recordmydesktop etc. I uninstalled these programs and run cleaning command after the uninstallation. However if there is a way to discard these from installing from the beginning that would be really good in my opinion.


Replies (1)

RE: Is there a way to prevent some programs from installing? - Added by Alexander Tratsevskiy 18 days ago

Hi Berk,
You can install Calculate Linux Scratch and install only those programs that you use.

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Thank you!