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Re: Gnome required?



Terry Polzin wrote:
On Monday 05 March 2007 04:09, oldman wrote:
Terry Polzin wrote:
On Monday 05 March 2007 09:08, Jesse Keating wrote:
On Monday 05 March 2007 05:36:13 Terry Polzin wrote:

I think what Jessie was trying to tell you is that you will not be able
to use the "Group Remove" option of Yum because that will remove things
that the listed programs require.  No way around that, sorry to say.

How did you select no Gnome? I assume it was where Anaconda allows you
to specify packages no? Did you check the log in the /root directory?
that may tell you if you installed the complete Gnome, which may be an
excellent start for a Bug Report if Gnome was installed despite your
telling it not to.

I'm no expert here by a long shot, but it seem to me that if Anaconda
installed Gnome when you said NO that that may be your problem and other
than listing the Gnome Group and removing packages one at a time,
checking that you are not removing needed dependencies (you don't really
want to do THAT do you?).  My suggestion is to bug report it with as
much info as you can give it and live with it 'til F7T3 or T4 comes out.
(hey it's only a month or so eh?)

Once again;

I installed F7T2 specifically selecting no GNOME.

Repeating messages doesnt really help. If you unselected GNOME and there was another package that required GNOME, it would be pulled in as a dependency. You would need to look at the package list to find out more details and file a bug report with more information.

Rahul



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