I have made a major gaff, and I wonder if there is an easy way out.
I am using Bodhi Linux, based on Ubuntu. For this particular machine, I chose Bodhi to keep the install light on disk space, and because I like the menu setup in e17. In any case, I made a big booboo today, and wonder if there is a way out.
I was looking for a way to tweak the appearance of my GTK apps, especially the fonts. I read a bit about the gnome-tweak-tool (but obviously did not read far enough) and it sounded like it might help. So did an apt-get-install. Bad idea. In addition to the tweak tool, I got the gnome shell, nautilus, pulseaudio, and hundreds of other things. Most of this stuff I don't need. Although I have now somewhat "learned my lesson" about doing a test install first, I'm wondering if there is any way to essentially "undo" this hundreds-of-items download/install.
I have not installed anything further since that goof, so it was the last install done.
Any possible solution? I looked in the log, and there's no way I can remove all those packages one by one.