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Re: How NSA access was built into Windows



Rahul Sundaram wrote:

Probably due to bad habits picked up from reading how-tos on websites
that say do a:  yum -y install whatever*

It is bad not dangerous habit when you are doing installations like that. yum -y remove <package> is inviting lots of trouble though. Dependencies on these can very quickly escalate to lots of packages if you pick one of the base package. Can't blame the tool in this instance.

Rahul


I have to agree. The blame is on the user when removing programs. Common sense says it would possibly remove most of the system.

The tool should have the -y option available for all operations. It is up to the user as how to answer the question.

Jim

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