How to unistall Telegram Desktop from Fedora

I have telegram desktop installed and now I want to remove it…But there is no options avialbale to me from within “software” and if I try sudo dnf remove telegram desktop… I get
No match for argument: telegram
No match for argument: desktop
No packages marked for removal.
Dependencies resolved.
Nothing to do.
I have searched the internet and found answer for ubuntiu that use apt-get…But isn’t that the same as dnf in Fedora…
Please help as I REALLY want to remove Telegram

If you installed the package it would be:

sudo dnf remove telegram-desktop

If you installed the flatpak it would be:

sudo flatpak remove org.telegram

I think that the package name is telegram-desktop, with the dash and without the space.
rpm -qa | grep telegram to be sure.

In this case, dnf interpreted telegram and desktop as two distinct packages, none of them exists.


That worked perfectly…Thank you for the speedy help :wink:
Long Live Fedora people…May yor socks remain forever dry :wink:


Yes… Thak you…Now I can see that…Lol… I think the sun has got to my head…THANK YOU :wink:

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