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Re: Removing packages




On Sun, 2006-03-26 at 21:31 +0200, Ali Helmy wrote:
> yeah well, how exactly do i "use" yum?
> 
> yum --... what exactly?
> 
> On 26/03/06, Robert P. J. Day <rpjday mindspring com> wrote:
>         On Sun, 26 Mar 2006, Ali Helmy wrote:
>         
>         > Hey mates, 
>         >
>         > I need to un-install from my computer:
>         > Epiphany Browser
>         > Ethereal Network Analyzer
>         > Chainsaw (log4j viewer)
>         > LogFactor5 (log4j management GUI)
>         > Evolution Suite (for mails, schedules, contacts,... etc) 
>         >
>         > So how exactly do I list find and list all their rpms so
>         that I can remove
>         > them using rpm?
>         
>         use yum.
>         
>         rday
> 

ChainSaw and LogFactor5 come with the log4j package, so you cannot
remove them independently of log4j.

To remove a package,
su to root, and use "yum remove <packagename>

In your case, 

yum remove epiphany ethereal evolution

or 

yum remove epiphany ethereal evolution log4j

--Nik


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