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    Question How would i remove all instance of gnome/gtk ?

    rpm -qa | grep gtk
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    gtk2-theme-openSUSE-11.1-1.12
    kde4-kcm_gtk-1.1-115.17
    libgtkimageview0-1.6.1-1.83
    gtk-sharp2-2.12.6-20.1
    python-gtk-2.12.1-63.3
    gtk2-devel-2.14.4-8.7.1
    gtk2-engines-2.16.1-4.1
    qtcurve-gtk2-0.59.7-2.4
    gtkspell-2.0.14-17.38
    gtk2-branding-openSUSE-11.1-1.12
    gtk2-2.14.4-8.7.1
    rpm -qa | grep gnome
    Code:
    gnome-keyring-2.24.1-6.1
    graphviz-gnome-2.20.2-6.23
    gnome-terminal-2.24.1.1-1.20
    gnome-icon-theme-2.24.0-1.18
    mozilla-xulrunner190-gnomevfs-1.9.0.14-0.1.1
    libxine1-gnome-vfs-1.1.15-23.3.3
    gnome-vfs2-2.24.0-4.1
    mozilla-xulrunner191-gnomevfs-1.9.1.3-5.1
    libgnomecanvas-2.20.1.1-25.81.1
    libgnome-2.24.1-1.35
    bundle-lang-gnome-en-11.1-11.3
    libgnomeui-2.24.0-1.36.2
    I want to remove all gnome packages.
    How would i get pure kde in opensuse11.1?
    What's the command?

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    Default Re: How would i remove all instance of gnome/gtk ?

    Honestly, you are asking for trouble.
    I would do a fresh install if I just HAD to be pure.
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    Default Re: How would i remove all instance of gnome/gtk ?

    How would i get pure kde in opensuse11.1?
    just out of curiosity, why would you like to do that? I'm not an expert on this subject, but I guess you can't really purge gtk from system, since also some kde apps need gtk libraries to work properly (firefox, thunderbird,...). You can remove gnome desktop via yast, select software patterns, choose gnome and remove it, in my opinion that would be just enough, and also the safest way

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