Kae Verens wrote:
> you could try writing a small uninstall script:
> "rpm -qa | grep fc7 > uninstall", then edit "uninstall" and put "rpm -e
> " in front of the packages you don't want. choose carefully, though -
> don't want to break your system. put '# ' in front of the rest, then
> exit and run the file. "sh uninstall".
"rpm -qa | grep fc7"
saved result as uninstall
ran "rpm -q" against all entries
placed "rpm -e" for al that had both an fc7 and fc8 entry, commented out the rest.
ran sh uninstsll
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