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Re: yum groupremove removes to much!!



gdm.. oke that could be possible..
but still.. i find it strange that everything of KDE is alos being removed when you only enter this command:
"yum groupremove "GNOME Desktop Environment""

that`s just not what i would expect to happen..

2007/4/2, John Mahowald <jpmahowald gmail com>:
On 4/1/07, Mark <markg85 gmail com> wrote:
>
> yum groupremove "GNOME Desktop Environment"
>
> and yum started removing.. (over 200 packages!!)
>
> now it didn`t just remove all of gnome but also ALL OF KDE (i had KDE
> installed aswell) and all the gnome development tools that i had installed..
> is that normal?

Development tools depend on their corresponding packages. And you
probably removed gdm or something KDE depended on, without the KDE
equivalent in place. Sounds normal, unless you have a specific example
of a dependency that doesn't make sense.

> yum groupinstall "GNOME Desktop Environment" (-y)
> and now it`s just installing a little more than 100 packages..
> that leaves another 100 packages that are being removed when you remove
> gnome but not being reinstalled..

Yes, but did you reinstall "KDE (K Desktop Environment)"  and "GNOME
Software Development" ? If not that is not a fair comparison.

John

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