I have installed Debian Jessie, in short:
- graphical Installation
- mostly options set to default
- software selected to install:
- Debian desktop
- SSH server
- standard system utilities
Then execute simply:
sudo apt-get remove leafpad
This will trigger uninstallation also of lxde and task-lxde-desktop. Then
sudo apt-get autoremove
And this triggers removing of 229 packages, 406MB. boost, python, gnome, xdotool. Name it.
I am assuming that leafpad was last anchor keeping lxde in system, but.. why? Is there a way to mark lxde as "uninstallable"? Also I am using vim as my editor so I really don't need leafpad. How can I uninstall it leaving lxde?