Partek Flow Documentation

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Open a terminal window and enter the following command.

$ sudo apt-get remove partekflow

$ sudo yum remove partekflow

The uninstall removes binaries only (/opt/partek_flow). 
The logs, database (partek_db) and files in the home/flow/.partekflow folder will remain unaffected.


  1. Stop and quit Partek Flow using the Partek® Flow® app in the menu.
  2. Using Finder, delete Flow application from the Applications menu. 


Figure 1. Control of Partek Flow through the menu bar

This process does not delete data or the library files. Users who wish to delete those can delete them using Finder or terminal.  The default location of project output files and library files is the /FlowData directory under the user's home folder.  However, the actual location may vary depending on your System or Project specific settings.


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