I would have if...
A. I know were to go and how to do it it.
B. I had been confident it wasn't something I did wrong.
As I said before very new to Linux. Only in the last week or so have I started to feel some kind of footing in all this..
Even though I've come a long way from installing...
I had know issues with my initial install that I noticed. But then again I did not notice the duplicate entries right away. So I can not say for certain how long they were there.
I update to 20.2 already.
Thanks for all the help and suggestions.
The reason I thought it was a mint issue was because I have two other applications installed with similar issues (one come installed by mint itself).
I do not recall having these issues when running 20.0. Although can't be sure.
I uninstalled it and then install the flathub version no issues. All seems well.
So in the future if I see a flathub version of something I wish to install I should go for that of the other? What does flathub mean? I'm new to Linux if you haven't guessed. I like it so far though :).
I am running Linux Mint 20.1 (ulyssa 64 bit).
I installed it through the software manager.
Yes if I uninstall it the issue goes away. But if I re-install it returns. Why so many entries? Is this normal? Or is the install corrupted? My system?
It has not asked/prompted me yet for 20.2.
How do I get rid of them?
When I googled it the only option I saw was to delete the Application folder. I tried that and it made no difference.
I could time shift to before I installed the software in question. But then I'd have to re-install everything else and update. So I'm looking for other...
I appropriate all your effort and help though. I am fairly new to Linux and up until now I have been extremely happy with it. What a difference compared to windows.
I was hoping I could some how do a fresh install of the ethernet drivers But this is beyond me right now. As I said am a noob.
The machine is a Dell XPS 8300. I am running Linux Mint 20.1....
I have tried purging Firefox and reinstalling I have tried different cable.
I had thought it might be the cable/the card itself... but when I boot into windows everything seems to run fine... All sites are reachable.
So I donno...
If I connect to the internet via wired eithernet cable firefox can not find some sites.... Like the Linux mint start page and a few others like Mozilla themes and and add-ons...
But if I connect via wireless I can connected to theses sites no problem...