another dnf kernel issue?
cickumqt at gmail.com
Wed Feb 11 09:44:18 UTC 2015
On Tuesday, February 10, 2015, Radek Holy <rholy at redhat.com> wrote:
> Does "sudo dnf remove kernel*-3.18.3*" work for you?
> From the DNF's persepective (
> your specification is in the form "name" (because of the missing dash) and
> there is no package with a name matching "kernel*3.18.3*". Also in the
> second query, it is assumed that the name must match "kernel*3.18.3".
> TBH, I don't know whether we should extend the forms of package
> specifications to support your case. The current behaviour seems to be
> safer to me. I mean, if we improve it, user wouldn't be able to query just
> package names as easily as now.
> Radek Holý
> Associate Software Engineer
> Software Management Team
> Red Hat Czech
Days ago when I tried to install/remove 7000+ packages from half-completed
downloading in Neal's way, it didn't work at all.
But without asterisk in the command, things could be harder once there are
numerous RPMs being taken.
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