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    Default Remove gnome-panel, keep dependencies?

    I'm trying to remove gnome-panel to replace it with avant window navigator as system default. For now I've just disabled gnome-panel as startup session, but it bothers me to know I have it installed without using it. Trying to remove it, I get this message as seen in the picture below.



    Is there a command to remove a software but keep dependencies? sudo zypper rm gnome-panel -exclude *****?

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    Default Re: Remove gnome-panel, keep dependencies?

    It' s better to keep it and not use it if you don't want to.

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    Default Απ: Re: Remove gnome-panel, keep dependencies?

    Quote Originally Posted by please_try_again View Post
    It' s better to keep it and not use it if you don't want to.
    He is right I had problems with panels on my friend's pc. Fortunatelly we fixed it. Don't remove it!!!

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    Default Re: Remove gnome-panel, keep dependencies?

    I would also recommend just keeping the package installed
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    Default Re: Remove gnome-panel, keep dependencies?

    Thanks for the reply everyone! I guess I will keep it then. Hopefully this thread can be useful for someone else in the future.

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    Default Re: Remove gnome-panel, keep dependencies?

    Quote Originally Posted by Joakim_W View Post
    Hopefully this thread can be useful for someone else in the future.
    I'm sure it will
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