julia-common is a package available in Ubuntu that provides common files and dependencies for the Julia programming language. Julia is a high-level, high-performance dynamic programming language designed for numerical and scientific computing, data analysis, and machine learning.
The julia-common package contains shared files that are needed by other Julia-related packages, such as documentation, examples, and common libraries. It also provides a set of tools and utilities for working with Julia, such as the julia command-line interface and the julia-deps script, which checks for missing Julia dependencies.
In addition to julia-common, there are several other Julia-related packages available in Ubuntu, including julia (the Julia language itself), julia-doc (documentation for Julia), and various Julia packages (libraries and extensions for Julia).
Uninstall julia-common package from Ubuntu
You can uninstall julia-common package from Ubuntu using the below command:
$ sudo apt-get remove julia-common
Uninstall julia-common including dependent package
If you would like to remove julia-common and it’s dependent packages which are no longer needed from Ubuntu:
$ sudo apt-get remove --auto-remove julia-common
Use Purging julia-common
If you use with purge options to julia-common package all the configuration and dependent packages will be removed.
$ sudo apt-get purge julia-common
If you use purge options along with auto remove, will be removed everything regarding the package, It’s really useful when you want to reinstall again.
$ sudo apt-get purge --auto-remove julia-common