Pages with tag dnf

Adding or removing software repositories in Fedora

This section describes how to add, enable, or disable a software repository with the DNF application. Adding repositories This section describes how to add software repositories with the dnf config-manager… Read more

Automatic Updates

You must decide whether to use automatic DNF updates on each of your machines. There are a number of arguments both for and against automatic updates to consider. However, there… Read more

DNF Package Manager Quick Reference

This sections lists the most useful commands provided by the dnf utility. For a complete list of commands, options, and their syntax, see the dnf(8) man page. dnf help command… Read more

DNF and its APT command equivalents on Fedora

APT is the package manager/dependency solver for the Debian ecosystem, i.e. it manages .deb packages installed by the DPKG program. Fedora software is based on .rpm packages, and thus uses… Read more

Using the DNF software package manager

DNF is a software package manager that installs, updates, and removes packages on Fedora and is the successor to YUM (Yellow-Dog Updater Modified). DNF makes it easy to maintain packages… Read more

Installing Spotify on Fedora

Spotify is a cross-platform proprietary music streaming service. Spotify is a freemium service, with advertisements which can be removed by purchasing a subscription. Although Spotify is not officially supported on… Read more

Using Kubernetes on Fedora

Overview This how-to provides an overview of the Kubernetes (K8s) rpms in the Fedora repositories, how to use them in a few scenarios and a short cluster creation guide using… Read more