Question on yum remove
Mikkel L. Ellertson
mikkel at infinity-ltd.com
Sun Jun 17 19:41:42 UTC 2007
Todd Zullinger wrote:
> You can use the package-cleanup tool to list packages that nothing
> depends on. This command will print a list of such packages:
> $ package-cleanup --leaves
> You could feed that to yum to remove those packages:
> $ yum remove $(package-cleanup --leaves)
If you do any programming, you are not going to want to do that - it
will remove a bunch of development packages.
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