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If you are using Red hat Linux then you can try this tip. If you are using Suse linux then use Yast to install rpms.While I was doing this though, I accidentally touched the power cord of my laptop, which then fell out of the wall socket.This isn’t the first time this happened, but unfortunately my computer was in the middle of a kernel upgrade….When removing package, force remove package, without any checks. When update_cache, force redownload repo databases. Same as `update_cache_extra_args="--refresh --refresh"`. When removing a package, also remove its dependencies, provided that they are not required by other packages and were not explicitly installed by a user.This option is deprecated since 2.8 and will be removed in 2.10, use `extra_args=--recursive`.
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