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i installed Gnome, KDE and Xfce on my linux box to see which i liked best. i determined that Xfce worked best on my old box, so now i want ...
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    uninstall KDE


    i installed Gnome, KDE and Xfce on my linux box to see which i liked best. i determined that Xfce worked best on my old box, so now i want to get rid of at least KDE...

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    Code:
    rpm -e <package>
    would be the "quikest way" since it would remove all dependant package, you have to be aware tht many application are "KDE" dependant, you might need to re-install some library.
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