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Remove installed rpm forcefully

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If you create your own rpm, you may make mistakes in the scrips of pre and post installation and removal. Especially removing an rpm with a wrong pre-uninstall script is not possible, e.g removing a folder that doesn’t exists. For that case you can erase the rpm with the --noscripts option.

rpm -e --noscripts my-rpm-1.0.0-85.noarch

After that clean up manually.

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