Hi all, I'm a bit of a newbie to CentOS though not Linux in general. I come from an apt-get package management mentality and I've had a few issues where package management actions haven't quite done what I'd expect. So I'm guessing it's user error! :) I installed GNOME and then decided that I wanted to install Xfce to try it out. I decided to then remove it with just 'yum remove' after playing with it a bit. It seemed to uninstall a lot of GNOME stuff (presumably that they had in common) and so the next time I tried to use GNOME it looked different and was missing a few components. Should I have just reverted the install of Xfce to undo it so that those dependencies would've have been touched or is this just how yum works?