The steps below will walk you through removing a virtual environment.
If you're not already logged in, follow the steps found here. In the upper-right corner, click the New button and select Terminal.
conda env list to see a list of virtual environments. Your output will look something like the following:
conda env remove -n <environment_name>, substituting the name of the environment you would like to remove. For example:
Press return when asked to proceed. The environment and all packages inside will be removed. Please be patient as this may take a few minutes.
If you have an associated kernel, you should remove this as well. Jupyter kernels are located in
.local/share/jupyter/kernels/. To remove them,
cd to this directory and run
rm -rf <kernel_name> to remove the associated kernel.