How-to install and uninstall applications from the command line Fedora Linux [HD]

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In this video i am going to show how-to install and uninstall applications from the command line on Fedora Linux.

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  1. Thank you… but there is a way to avoid answering many questions along the way… You can simply put "yum -y remove thesoftwarename" or after remove and having typed the first three letters of the software you want to remove, then you can press shift to auto complete what you want to type.

  2. wow, am I wrong or it does not also remove the dependencies that Fedora needed in order to execute Midori?

    Marcelo, ele não remove as dependências que foram instaladas para que o Midori rodasse? Como o Fedora trata esse tipo de coisa? Penso que isto pode vir a tomar espaço desnecessário com o tempo, principalmente numa VM rodando de um SSD, digamos.

  3. How come you just used the install command to install Midori? Was the repository for Midori already on Fedora or did you have to install the RMP Fusion repositories which had the Midori repository in it

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