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Re: functionality similar to apt-get autoclean?



On Sat, 20 Oct 2007, Kevin Kofler wrote:

Rahul Sundaram <sundaram <at> fedoraproject.org> writes:
Other than what Todd has already said, note that apt-rpm is available in
Fedora. If you need it

# yum install apt

But note that autoclean in apt-rpm (at least in the version currently in Fedora 7) only cleans the apt cache (removes downloaded files no longer in the repo), it doesn't remove any installed packages.

Debian apt "autoclean" doesn't remove any installed packages either. It might have orphan removal implemented one way or the other but "autoclean" is all about cleaning things in the download cache.

	- Panu -


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