YUM/DNF Remove Repo – YUM/DNF Disable Repository - Comment Page: 1

Quick guide, howto remove and disable YUM/DNF repo (repository). Yum/DNF command itself does not contain any way to remove the repository. YUM and DNF repo files are located in /etc/yum.repos.d/ directory. [inttf_post_ad1] I use skype-stable.repo file with following content as example on this guide: [skype-stable] name=skype (stable) baseurl=https://repo.skype.com/rpm/stable/ enabled=1 gpgcheck=1 gpgkey=https://repo.skype.com/data/SKYPE-GPG-KEY Remove YUM/DNF Repo (Repository) Permanently Before deleting repository permanently is a good idea to check that is the repository installed using rpm package. As many repos usually are, like RPM-Fusion, Epel, etc. Search...

11 comments on “YUM/DNF Remove Repo – YUM/DNF Disable Repository - Comment Page: 1

    1. How can I remove all installed packages from a repository without listing each package?

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      • Hi Jonathon,

        This is quick trick to remove all packages from yum repository:

        
        yum --disablerepo="*" --enablerepo=google-chrome list available |grep "google-chrome" |awk -F ' ' '{print $1}' |xargs yum -y remove
        

        Run first without |xargs yum -y remove to see what is really happening…and be careful anyway, as always with delete/remove commands :)

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      • Thanks! Wish I had found this 2 days ago.

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    2. Thank you very much! Helped me a lot :)

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    3. […] t to 'target' local repo, then look in /etc/yum.repos.d/ You can either delete the .repo file for the local entry or use one of the techiques discussed at http://www.if-not-true-then-false.co…po-repository/ […]

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    4. Thank you very much for your very clear illustrations and instructions. You certainly helped me to restore updates to Fedora20. On August 01st 2014, I had tried installing an image editor, but the installation failed and subsequently prevented Fedora20 from accessing updates. I searched the web for help but found nothing that worked until I found your excellent article today. Thanks very much again. “Much of the good things in life are indeed free”

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    5. please can someone help me with the commands that can be use to disable repository during yum update and i have tryed using the commands povided here

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      • Hi Desmond,

        Could you post some info what command you are running and what you see?

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