NO IT ISN"T.
Originally Posted by Shabakthanai
Sorry for shouting but you simply don't listen.
purge all the packages, by name.
ii is part of the output of dpkg -l, it indicates the package is installed.
you need to purge all the myth* packages. ie all the packages that were listed when you listed them via dpkg -l myth\*
The package name is the second field in the output line, the bit I have highlighted below in a sample output:
you can include as many package names in the purge line, like
ii mythgallery 2:0.24.2+fixes.20120124.e Image gallery/slideshow add-on module for MythTV
sudo aptitude purge packagename1 packagename2