If you want to remove Perl from Linux, it’s straightforward. All you have to do is, follow my steps and Perl will remove from your system correctly.
Uninstall Perl from Linux
- Open the terminal
First, you need to open your terminal. You can use the
ctrl + alt + t keyboard shortcut to open the terminal in Linux.
- Remove Perl
To uninstall Perl from Linux use this command:
sudo apt remove perl -y
You must need to do this with the root access. For that, you just need to put your password. In the command -y stands for yes.
After these two steps, Perl will be removed from your Linux system properly.