How to uninstall Perl in Linux

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.

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After these two steps, Perl will be removed from your Linux system properly.

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