Fortunately, matplotlib keeps all of the files that it compiles with the python files that it installs. On Ubuntu, I believe that the installation directory was /usr/lib/python2.?/dist-packages/matplotlib* (note, I don’t remember the exact version of python and the exact name of the matplotlib directory). If you remove that matplotlib directory and the corresponding matplotlib egg info file that is also in the dist-packages directory, that should get everything with respect to matplotlib.
Also, if you use basemap, remember that it is installed separately from matplotlib and it would also have to be removed in a similar manner, if you needed it removed.
I hope that is helpful.
On Wed, Jul 7, 2010 at 8:59 AM, Samuel Teixeira Santos <arcanosam@…287…> wrote:
on my server (ubuntu 8.04 lts)
I installed matplotlib
and was that kind of installation who compile various files with gcc, gfortran and so on
now I wanna remove them
to install the new version…
could anyone help me with this? because I don’t wann to do something who could be bad to the server…
thanks in advanced…
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