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    How to removw program on Opensuse 12.3 with Yast?

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    Default Re: Remove program

    On 2013-09-24 02:46, rositsetiawan wrote:
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    > How to removw program on Opensuse 12.3 with Yast?
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    Code:
    
    > http://doc.opensuse.org/documentation/html/openSUSE/opensuse-startup/cha.y2.sw.html
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    Smile Re: Remove program

    Quote Originally Posted by rositsetiawan View Post
    How to removw program on Opensuse 12.3 with Yast?
    In KDE, you start YaST, Enter Root Password, Select Software then Software Management. In Software Management, elect to search on the program name. If installed, it will be near the top of the list with a check on the left of its name. Normally, unless a program is not working, you are running low on disk space or is causing a problem with something else, uninstalling things might cause yet other stuff to not work, so be careful on what you uncheck (Right Click on the checked name and select the read X for Delete). Press the Accept button on the bottom right when you are ready for your Delete request to be carried out.

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    Default Re: Remove program

    rositsetiawan wrote:
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    > How to removw program on Opensuse 12.3 with Yast?
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    open YaST installer (Install/Remove Software) and then search for
    required software and uncheck and finally apply.

    Note:- You can generally un-install applications(like libreoffice,games
    etc) but be careful lest you may remove system components like zypper.
    Randomly un-installing stuff may render openSUSE useless. For example:-
    you shouldn't remove packages named kernel,gdm,kdm etc..
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