I found a better way to get a full list of all installed apps from Yum. From this article, List installed packages with YUM at, http://www.electrictoolbox.com/yum-list-installed-packages/ ... Just run this command, "yum list installed > /tmp/yum-list.txt" (without the ") in the Terminal, after you su and give it your root password. Then go to /tmp find your new yum-list.txt file and copy the file to a folder where you want to save it. You will still have to clean up the results like I described in the http://donsdeals.blogspot.com/2010/08/dons-favorite-fedora-apps.html Post. But the great thing about getting your Installed Apps List this way, from Yum. Is, that you wont have all of those specific version numbers that will hang up the installation of some of the apps. Please Do Remember... That my Video Drivers are in these lists and they could give you a Problem with a different Video Card than Mine. So, You should Search and Delete or just Rename them if you think that you might want to keep them for later. Renaming the App in the Install List will cause the entry to be skipped via the "--skip-broken" command. Delete or Rename any references to a Video Card different than Yours, before running the sh script or pasting it from my text file into Your Terminal and running it. I'm not sure that the Video Driver would actually give you a Problem. Because I have run my other older Apps List ".sh" Scripts. And also installed from my Text Yum Apps List files, with Different Video Drivers from other Systems in them and had no Problems at all. I believe that as long as your x11 config file mentions the correct Video Driver, any others that are installed, will not be used. But, what if I'm wrong! Or your System doesn't have an x11 config file like in Fedora 12 and 13 (although, on which I have used my files in with no problems). Or, what if Auto Config sets x11 to the wrong Driver!:O You will not be able to get into your GUI and will have to uninstall those wrong Drivers in the Command Line. I have had that happen after a System Update or by messing up in Package Manager and installing the wrong nVidia Driver in Fedora 12 and 13 and it is a Royal Pain to Fix!!!:O But, if you don't mind being a little adventurous and heed my warnings here... I'm giving no Guarantees here at all!... Then, here's the links to my New and Improved Yum Apps List install Files...
Here are my Yum Install Scripts and Apps Install Lists...Left Clicking on the ".sh" file will start the downloading action or Right Click and Save As if you prefer. And for the ".txt" Files. Left Clicking will show the Text file in a browser window and "Right Click - Save As" if you want to download the file.
Here is a link to the whole Directory, that contains my "Yum Install Files". You can Right Click and Save the Files from here too...