I have no root access on my machine at work, but I have sudo permission to use
sudo yum (and only yum).
Recently I accidentally installed a faulty repository (dropbox), and now I'd like to remove it. Since I have no write access to the
yum.repos.d directory, manually editing or removing the repo file is out of the question.
I know you can install repos using yum (it's what I did), but can you remove a repo using yum?
Using Scientific Linux 6.
By the way, I know I can
yum --disablerepo= to ignore the problematic repo. But I would like to remove it for good, because it's also causing problems with the graphical package manager (it keeps popping up notifications saying the updates couldn't be retrieved).