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I'm running Ubuntu 9.10 I have an Adobe AIR based app named Balsamiq (God, it's super slow) which I installed from Internet (so, to be clear, I don't have the original installation file). Now I want to uninstall it. How to do that?

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As far as I know, Adobe AIR applications on Linux are installed as native packages. So, you could locate the application, and use dpkg, deb, or rpm to try to remove the package.

In addition, I found this page that documents a number of different ways of removing installed Adobe AIR applications.

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