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  1. #1

    removing RPM dependencies recursively?

    Is there a way to remove dependent RPM packages recursively?

    Like this:
    Error: [package name] is needed by [package name]
    removing [package name], [package name], [package name], [package name], ...

  2. #2
    Linux Guru dylunio's Avatar
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    Can't you do:
    rpm -e package1 packege2 package3
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    If you're using FC, then you can type (as root):
    yum remove <package name>
    It'll give you a list of packages that it'll get rid of, including those it'll be deleting for dependencies. You just need to OK that and you (and, coincidentally, the packages) are off.
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