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Old 03-01-2004, 06:58 PM   #1
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how to uninstall kmail and install evolution

i got suse 9

anyway, i can find evolution from package manager yast so i can install it, however, how do i uinstall kmail? (i dun wanna have two email clients)
i tried searching for kmail in yast and tried to uinstall it from there, but no results were returned...

also, is it wise to install evolution, i really like the program; however, i am using kde and installating evolution would install a bunch of gnome related stuff because of dependencies.
Old 03-01-2004, 09:05 PM   #2
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couldn't you just rpm -e kmail?? i think that would do the trick and if you installed evolution, i think it would just install the gtk libs, but i'm not too sure on that one. If you like evolution install it and if you aren't dying for hard drive space leave kmail where it is. thats just IMHO. Sorry i couldn't be more help


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