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According to @nh2's comment to this answer, you should run

sudo apt-get purge '^ros-*'

then run

sudo apt-get autoremove

That should remove everything. I've done this a couple of times myself.

According to @nh2's comment to this answer, you should run

sudo apt-get purge '^ros-*'

then run

sudo apt-get autoremove

That should remove everything. I've done this a couple of times myself.myself. It's installed at /opt/ros/,<version-of-ros>/

According to @nh2's comment to this answer, you should run

sudo apt-get purge '^ros-*'

then run

sudo apt-get autoremove

That should remove everything. I've done this a couple of times myself. It's ROS installed at /opt/ros/,<version-of-ros>/