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How to completely remove JRE in Fedora

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I have installed Fedora in VMware, and it already have JRE in it, I wanna uninstall it completely.
However, I don't know how to find it, anyone can help?
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rpm -qa | egrep -i '(jre|java)'
see which is returned,
rpm -ql <package> and see what it has
if this is the correct one you want to remove,
rpm -e <packagename>
It may tell you that it can not be removed because of dependencies.

note that JRE is included in the JAVA JDK
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The default installation of Fedora using OpenJDK. You can also look at removing openjdk RPM files. But openoffice depends on it and you are prevented from removing it completely.
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thanks
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