Post Install - My last distro (popOS) is showing up in random places

My first installation of openSUSE tumbleweed went great… however… Pop-os is showing up on every window titlebar. Is there a way to quickly remove that? I used the 4.7gb iso and just let openSUSE do the work, and it looked like it did a great job. By default it set me up with btrfs, a 4gb swap and automatic partitioning while deleting my previous install of popOS… Or so I thought? At least that is the option that I chose while inside the installer.

To my surprise there are two 4gb partitions, one is obviously the swap, but the other shows up on my desktop with the contents of a popOS usb iso like it was being backed up. It must have came from my previous install. The 4gb file opened in Thunar contains these files - Casper-D38B-4C34 - a folder named “dists” a folder named “pool” and a file named “recovery.conf”

PopOS is listed on every window titlebar in openSUSE currently as (on pop-os) and that goes for thunar, mozilla, the terminal etc.

What do you think that I should do next? I apologize to the purists in advance for #1. even mentioning another distro on the forum and #2. for the use of a nvidia video card :slight_smile:

matt@pop-os:~> neofetch

OS: openSUSE Tumbleweed
Host: MS-7980 1.0
Kernel: 5.17.4-1-default
Uptime: 51 mins
Packages: 1846 (rpm)
Shell: bash 5.1.16
Resolution: 1920x1080
DE: Xfce 4.16
WM: Xfwm4
WM Theme: Greybird-Geeko
Theme: Greybird-Geeko-Li
Icons: openSUSE-Xfce [GT
Terminal: xfce4-terminal
Terminal Font: Monospace
CPU: Intel i7-6700K (8)
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970
Memory: 1426MiB / 15959M

matt@pop-os:~> lsblk

NAME MAJ:MIN RM SIZE RO TYPE MOUNTPOINTS
sda 8:0 0 465.8G 0 disk
├─sda1 8:1 0 498M 0 part /boot/efi
├─sda2 8:2 0 4G 0 part /run/media/matt/D38B-4C34
├─sda3 8:3 0 457.3G 0 part /var
│ /usr/local
│ /srv
│ /root
│ /opt
│ /home
│ /boot/grub2/x86_64-efi
│ /boot/grub2/i386-pc
│ /.snapshots
│ /
└─sda4 8:4 0 4G 0 part [SWAP]
matt@pop-os:~>

After doing a re-installation I now by default have a 2gb swap partition instead of 4gb swap compared to the previous installation and the 4gb “backup” partition is gone. However, the pop-os showing up on every window titlebar and in my terminal is still present.

matt@pop-os:~> lsblk
NAME MAJ:MIN RM SIZE RO TYPE MOUNTPOINTS
sda 8:0 0 465.8G 0 disk
├─sda1 8:1 0 512M 0 part /boot/efi
├─sda2 8:2 0 463.3G 0 part /var
│ /usr/local
│ /root
│ /srv
│ /opt
│ /home
│ /boot/grub2/x86_64-efi
│ /boot/grub2/i386-pc
│ /.snapshots
│ /
└─sda3 8:3 0 2G 0 part [SWAP]
matt@pop-os:~>

Looking at the bash prompt, the name of the system is pop-os. That is apparently set during installation. My memory is not good enough to be sure that is in one of the screens where you are asked for information, but in that case, you haven’t changed it. But you can still change the host name using hostnamectl

man hostnamectl

[QUOTE=Cleveland;3125038]My first installation of openSUSE tumbleweed went great… however… Pop-os is showing up on every window titlebar. Is there a way to quickly remove that? I used the 4.7gb iso and just let openSUSE do the work, and it looked like it did a great job. By default it set me up with btrfs, a 4gb swap and automatic partitioning while deleting my previous install of popOS… Or so I thought? At least that is the option that I chose while inside the installer.

To my surprise there are two 4gb partitions, one is obviously the swap, but the other shows up on my desktop with the contents of a popOS usb iso like it was being backed up. It must have came from my previous install. The 4gb file opened in Thunar contains these files - Casper-D38B-4C34 - a folder named “dists” a folder named “pool” and a file named “recovery.conf”

PopOS is listed on every window titlebar in openSUSE currently as (on pop-os) and that goes for thunar, mozilla, the terminal etc.

What do you think that I should do next? I apologize to the purists in advance for #1. even mentioning another distro on the forum and #2. for the use of a nvidia video card :slight_smile:

**6700K:~ #** neofetch                    
**                                     ......****root**@**6700K**
**     .,cdxxxoc,.               .:kKMMMNWMMMNk:.**        ----------  
**    cKMMN0OOOKWMMXo. ;        ;0MWk:.      .:OMMk.****OS**: openSUSE Tumbleweed x86_64  
**  ;WMK;.       .lKMMNM,     :NMK,             .OMW;****Kernel**: 5.17.4-1-default  
** cMW;            'WMMMN   ,XMK,                 oMM'****Uptime**: 1 day, 1 hour, 40 mins  
**.MMc               ..;l. xMN:                    KM0****Packages**: 3741 (rpm)  
**'MM.                   'NMO                      oMM****Shell**: bash 5.1.16  
**.MM,                 .kMMl                       xMN****Resolution**: 1920x1200  
** KM0               .kMM0. .dl:,..               .WMd****WM**: KWin  
** .XM0.           ,OMMK,    OMMMK.              .XMK****Theme**: Breeze [GTK2/3]  
**   oWMO:.    .;xNMMk,       NNNMKl.          .xWMx****Terminal**: konsole  
**     :ONMMNXMMMKx;          .  ,xNMWKkxllox0NMWk,****CPU**: Intel i7-6700K (8) @ 4.200GHz  
**         .....                    .:dOOXXKOxl,****GPU**: Intel HD Graphics 530  
                                                       **Memory**: 2601MiB / 31790MiB  
**6700K:~ # **

matt@pop-os:~> lsblk

NAME MAJ:MIN RM SIZE RO TYPE MOUNTPOINTS
sda 8:0 0 465.8G 0 disk
├─sda1 8:1 0 498M 0 part /boot/efi
├─sda2 8:2 0 4G 0 part /run/media/matt/D38B-4C34
├─sda3 8:3 0 457.3G 0 part /var
│ /usr/local
│ /srv
│ /root
│ /opt
│ /home
│ /boot/grub2/x86_64-efi
│ /boot/grub2/i386-pc
│ /.snapshots
│ /
└─sda4 8:4 0 4G 0 part [SWAP]
matt@pop-os:~>

With btrfs make sure you never run out of unallocated space. Drive is Tumbleweed-Leap-Windows triple boot:

**6700K:~ #** lsblk -f /dev/sdb 
NAME   FSTYPE FSVER LABEL      UUID                                 FSAVAIL FSUSE% MOUNTPOINTS 
sdb                                                                                 
├─sdb1 vfat   FAT16            6B6D-1CDE                             472.8M     5% /boot/efi 
├─sdb2 btrfs        tumbleweed 227128c2-8703-4859-a006-30dccf5b299c   89.2G    33% /home 
│                                                                                  /var 
│                                                                                  /opt 
│                                                                                  /boot/grub2/x86_64-efi 
│                                                                                  /root 
│                                                                                  /usr/local 
│                                                                                  /srv 
│                                                                                  /boot/grub2/i386-pc 
│                                                                                  /.snapshots 
│                                                                                  / 
├─sdb3 btrfs        leap       85d405ec-d559-49a1-b59c-5c5c9f176724                 
├─sdb4                                                                              
└─sdb5 ntfs                    FE06394606390167                                     
**6700K:~ #**
**6700K:~ #** btrfs filesystem usage -T / 
Overall: 
    Device size:                 134.74GiB 
    Device allocated:             48.04GiB 
 **   Device unallocated:           86.70GiB 
 **   Device missing:                  0.00B 
    Used:                         44.75GiB 
    Free (estimated):             89.25GiB      (min: 89.25GiB) 
    Free (statfs, df):            89.25GiB 
    Data ratio:                       1.00 
    Metadata ratio:                   1.00 
    Global reserve:               87.45MiB      (used: 0.00B) 
    Multiple profiles:                  no 

             Data     Metadata System               
Id Path      single   single   single   Unallocated 
-- --------- -------- -------- -------- ----------- 
 1 /dev/sdb2 46.01GiB  2.00GiB 32.00MiB    86.70GiB 
-- --------- -------- -------- -------- ----------- 
   Total     46.01GiB  2.00GiB 32.00MiB    86.70GiB 
   Used      43.46GiB  1.30GiB 16.00KiB             
**6700K:~ #**