Add/Remove Desktop Environment
I now have both Gnome and KDE installed on Redhat 9. I think I prefer KDE, and as such, I want to uninstall Gnome - my drive's only 3GB, so space is at a premium. :(
I installed KDE using the System Settings > Add/Remove Applications. But can't see a way to remove Gnome using the same feature - no check box beside it once it's installed. Other smaller apps still have a check box. Is the best way to get rid of Gnome by doing an rpm -e? Issuing rpm -qa gnome returns 22 installed packages. Do I run the rpm -e command for each, one by one? Or is there a better way?
Any suggestions appreciated.