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Old 11-06-2012, 02:51 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by RockDoctor View Post
You can force the installation (just download the libecore package and install with the --force option). Although it may work, it also may totally mess up your Enlightenment environment and is not at all recommended.
Point taken has no un-install procedure built -in, so you will need to find your installation log files, and delete the installed enlightenment files ( if any )
according to the logs . If you read easy_e17 with a text editor , it'll tell you where those log files should be.

Then use the yum install proceedure.



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