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Re: removing KDE removes NetworkManager-gnome??





On Thu, 7 May 2009, Thomas Moschny wrote:

2009/5/7 Nathanael D. Noblet <nathanael gnat ca>:
So not a *bug* persay? Does yum not see that NetworkManager-gnome is in more
than one group, and since another group requires it to leave it alone?
Should it? Basically all I need to know is if this situation warrants a bug
report.

The problem is yum doesn't remember which groups you have installed.
Hence it cannot do what you describe.

The only reliable information is the rpm database and that does not
have any information about the reason a package was installed for
(requesting installation of that package itself, installation of a
group with that package, installation as a dependency, etc.)


We're working on that - of course we can't link groups/pkgs when the pkg was installed NOT in a group.

-sv


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