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Old 26th December 2014, 09:47 PM
antikythera Offline
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yumex - yumex.conf options

Hello, there is an issue with Fedora 21 build of yumex right now. It doesn't seem to retain the setting 'cleanup unused requirements is active by default' in the GUI.

So I was wondering if there was something I could add to the yumex.conf file to enforce this. My current file contents is below:

autorefresh = 1
recentdays = 14
proxy =
exclude =
debug = 0
color_install = darkgreen
color_update = red
color_normal = black
color_obsolete = blue
plugins = 1
yumdebuglevel = 2
win_height = 753
win_width = 1126
remove_requirements = 1
If remove_requirements is the associated setting then it is clearly being ignored
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