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    Default uninstalling GNOME 3.0

    I am running Open Suse 11.4 and I am wanting to uninstall GNOME 3.0, can it be done and have the system go back to the orginal GNOME? If so what do I need to do...thanks

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    Default Re: uninstalling GNOME 3.0

    Quote Originally Posted by nitewalker41 View Post
    I am running Open Suse 11.4 and I am wanting to uninstall GNOME 3.0, can it be done and have the system go back to the orginal GNOME? If so what do I need to do...thanks
    You should just need to remove the GNOME3 repository and run a:

    Code:
    zypper dup

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    Default Re: uninstalling GNOME 3.0

    Thanks for you help....problem solved.....one of these days I will stop being so confused....thanks again for you help

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    Default Re: uninstalling GNOME 3.0

    Quote Originally Posted by unamanic View Post
    You should just need to remove the GNOME3 repository and run a:

    Code:
    zypper dup
    That doesnt remove all gnome stuff

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    Default Re: uninstalling GNOME 3.0

    Quote Originally Posted by Owdy View Post
    That doesnt remove all gnome stuff
    No it doesn't, but it should remove all of the GNOME 3 stuff leaving you with GNOME 2.

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    Hi to all, and how i can remove all of the GNOME stuff?

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    Default Re: uninstalling GNOME 3.0

    Quote Originally Posted by nitewalker41 View Post
    I am running Open Suse 11.4 and I am wanting to uninstall GNOME 3.0, can it be done and have the system go back to the orginal GNOME? If so what do I need to do...thanks
    The command you are looking for is:

    zypper rm $(rpm -qa | grep gnome)

    Keep in mind you need to do this as root.

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