How To Remove Added PPA in Ubuntu via Command Line

You can remove a PPA added in Ubutnu and/or it’s derivatives simply. Just add –remove to the command that you used for adding the PPA. I’ll show you how. Suppose, gnome3-team/ppa is the PPA for GNOME3 Team. Now you’ve added this and want to remove it, anyway. The command should be like the following:

sudo apt-add-repository –remove ppa:gnome3-team/ppa

Now update your repositories and that’s it.

sudo apt-get update

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