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Fedora installs both by default. I didn't found what are them exactly for, but yum autoremove selects them for autoremoval.

Is it safe, for a normal user (I mostly use this machine for documents and programming) to uninstall them?

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qemu serves no system purpose-it is a cpu emulator for special purposes. Libvirt is a dependency of qemu. If autoremove selects them for removal, then you can delete it.

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Thanks, so I did it :) – ranisalt May 29 '13 at 23:52

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