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Old 17th February 2013, 05:49 PM
Paul_Vandenberg Offline
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Apper Can't Handle Removing Dependencies

I have found that Apper (KDE package manager) can't handle removing any package that has dependencies. Other package managers seem to handle this better. Is there a setting that might help change this? I would prefer to use a a native KDE for package management rather than yumex or something like that. However, this is a very annoying issue.

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Old 18th February 2013, 10:28 PM
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Re: Apper Can't Handle Removing Dependencies

Mmmm...nope. Apper has gotten bad since KDE 4.8. For me, it can't even install a package strait. I've been having to use "rpm -ivh ..." to install packages. I really hope they get an alternative fast.
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