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How To Uninstall babeld On Parrot 3.7

To uninstall babeld just follow these instructions.

Uninstall just babeld

loop-free distance-vector routing protocol fast convergence properties, described in RFC 6126. It was designed to be robust and efficient on both wireless mesh networks and classical wired networks. Babel has extremely modest memory and CPU requirements. Unlike most routing protocols, which route either IPv4 or IPv6 but not both at the same time, Babel is a hybrid IPv6 and IPv4 protocol: a single update packet can carry both IPv6 and IPv4 routes (this is similar to how multi-protocol BGP works). This makes Babel particularly efficient on dual (IPv6 and IPv4) networks. This implementation also includes a radio frequency-aware variant of Babel.Parrot 3.7net1.7.0-1+b1
sudo apt-get remove babeld

This will remove just the babeld package itself.

Uninstall babeld and its dependencies

sudo apt-get remove --auto-remove babeld

This will remove the babeld package and any other dependant packages which are no longer needed.

Purging your config/data too

If you also want to delete your local/config files for babeld then this will work.

 Caution! Purged config/data can not be restored by reinstalling the package.
sudo apt-get purge babeld

Or similarly, like this babeld

sudo apt-get purge --auto-remove babeld

Package Data

Packagebabeld
Version1.7.0-1+b1
MaintainerStéphane Glondu <[email protected]>
Home pagehttp://www.pps.univ-paris-diderot.fr/~jch/software/babel/
Descriptionloop-free distance-vector routing protocol fast convergence properties, described in RFC 6126. It was designed to be robust and efficient on both wireless mesh networks and classical wired networks. Babel has extremely modest memory and CPU requirements. Unlike most routing protocols, which route either IPv4 or IPv6 but not both at the same time, Babel is a hybrid IPv6 and IPv4 protocol: a single update packet can carry both IPv6 and IPv4 routes (this is similar to how multi-protocol BGP works). This makes Babel particularly efficient on dual (IPv6 and IPv4) networks. This implementation also includes a radio frequency-aware variant of Babel.
Distroparrot
Releasejollyroger
Repomain
Sectionnet

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