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LRM(8) LUNAR LRM(8)
lrm - removes Lunar software modules
lrm [options] [module1] ... [module2] ...
lrm -d|--debug|-k|--keepconfig|-n|--nosustain|-p|--purge|-u|--upgrade| -v|--verbose <module(s)>
lrm -D|--downgrade <module> <version>
lrm(8) is Copyright (C) 2002-2003 Terry Chan with portions copyrighted by previous authors 2001-2002
To uninstall emacs type:
lrm is part of the Lunar-Linux source-code package management suite. It is a command-line tool for automatically uninstalling a module and its associated files.
-d, --debug enables debug messages, very useful when emailing a bug report
-D, --downgrade downgrade is an option for removing the selected module and restoring a previously installed version
-h, --help outputs short help
-k, --keepconfig remove module(s) but keep dependencies and config info
-n, --nosustain emoves module(s) even if they are sustained
-u, --upgrade perform an upgrade-removal. This skips running of pre/post-removal scripts and implies -n and -k
-v, --verbose increases the level of message output
-p, --purge remove all modules that require "module" through dependencies
List of files that are excluded during a lin or lrm.
Contains a list of files that will not be removed.
List of solo modules.
List of modules that are essential to system, and lrm of these modules is not permitted. Installing and upgrading is fine.
Contains functions used by lrm
Rolling back to a previous version of a package
lrm --downgrade glibc 2.2.3
Do not include version or section when specifying a package. To get complete listing of installed soft- ware packages and versions type lvu installed
Downgrade will only rollback to versions that were previously installed. It will not download older versions from the Internet.
Updated Thomas Stewart 01/15/2002
Converted to Lunar by Terry Chan 03/23/2002
Updated by Auke Kok 09/21/2004
Report bugs to <email@example.com>
lunar(8), lin(8), lvu(1), lget(8)
This is free software with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY
Lunar-Linux August 2003 LRM(8)