[CentOS] Dug myself into a hole

Mon Feb 17 17:53:04 UTC 2014
Louis Lagendijk <louis at fazant.net>

On Mon, 2014-02-17 at 14:08 +0000, Styma, Robert E (Robert) wrote:
> I just build a CentOS 6 machine to replace my old machine which
> broke to where I could not fix it.  In attempting to get the applications
> running which had worked on the old machine, I did updates from several
> repos such as rpmforge, atrpms, livna, epel,  etc.
> Some of the attempts ended going down blind alleys.
> Now I have a mix of rpm's from various sites that I do not need, but they
> are listed as dependencies of other rpm's.  
> The rpmforge rpm's are marked with "rf".
> Is there a process to check which of these rpm's are also in the
> base libraries and force them back in?
> I really do not want to go back to square 1 and reload the system
> from scratch.
> Bob S
Disable the offending repositories and then run 
yum distro-sync