On Mon, Jan 23, Vojtěch Zeisek wrote:
Dne pondělí 23. ledna 2017 11:35:38 CET, Johannes
On 23.01.17 11:21 Dominique Leuenberger / DimStar
Userdata is user owned data - also configuration
by the user. I'd consider it terrible practice to delete any data
the USER/OWNER put on his machine on package removal.
I think Vojtěch means something like "apt-get purge xyz".
Exactly. Thank You.
What "apt-get purge" is doing is the default of RPM?
"apt-get purge" does NOT delete any user data.
"apt-get purge" does only delete configuration files, except it is
in the users home directory or something similar.
What does RPM? - it always removes the configuration files. If the
configuraton file was changed, a backup (*.rpmsave) will be keeped.
So please be a little bit more verbose what you want to archive
compared to the current status.
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