I plugged my cellphone to my Ubuntu laptop via a USB cable and somehow Shotwell was invoked and all my photos were imported. Now I have a Shotwell library which I do not want and I am concerned that it takes space.
(Note: My intention was to move a single photo from the cellphone and I did not intend to authorize Shotwell to import from the laptop hard disk but for some reason it does that.)
The FAQ does not make it explicit whether this library takes space or if it merely indexes to my existing photos in their existing location and that the index itself takes little space.
I want to Control-A in the library of photos and right click to the context menu and "move to trash" if my photos will still be preserved in their original locations. If there is a better way to accomplish deletion of the library I would like to know. For example:
apt-get remove and
apt-get purge are possibilities I would welcome but since I did not install Shotwell (I think it is present by default in Ubuntu) I am not familiar with the package name that would apply to the