Open your Mac HD. Go to Applictions Folder and Open. Select the Aplication(s) - for more than 1, you need to select the first, and from then on press Function Key (Next to the space bar) - that you want to delete, there is no coming back.
Go to "File" and select "Move to trash" and you are done.
Hope it helps.
Having been an avid Linux user for some time I decided to take the plunge last year and buy an iBook, which has been the single greatest decision I have ever made in buying a machine.
One year on, and I have installed various bits and pieces of software that I thought that I would need (but never have). Now, I would like to have a bit of a tidy up to free up some disk space. I have deleted the directories where software has been exclusively installed, but would like to know how to get rid of things like the Palm desktop guff, which blasts files all over the place (~/, /libs etc etc).
There's no rpm -e, so how do you go about it?