On Mon, 04 Feb 2008 23:42:05 -0800 Andrew Farris <lordmorgul gmail com> wrote: > Perhaps the only good solution to that is to have two groupremoves... > one that removes the *unique group members* and one that removes the > *entire group*. I cannot think of any reason there would be the need > for additional interpretations of groupremove. yum groupremove --all or --force groupremove by default removes entities that are only found in said group and not in other groups or required by things in other groups. Least surprise. --all or --force will remove all entities in said group regardless of overlapping members. -- Jesse Keating Fedora -- All my bits are free, are yours?
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