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APT (Advanced Packaging Tool) is the standard software package management system for Debian and its derivatives.

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You can try ppa-purge. For that, you need to add the PPA to your system so that ppa-purge can analyse the packages installed from that PPA. First of all, install ppa-purge: sudo apt-get install … ppa-purge Then, run a command similar to this: sudo ppa-purge utouch-daily *Replace utouch-daily with the actual name of PPA. After running ppa-purge, run sudo apt-get update and the packages will be reverted to the default repository. …
answered Dec 28 '11 by jokerdino