Essential Guide to the dnf Package Manager in Linux
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 by automatically checking for dependencies and determines the actions required to install packages.
0:45 What does DNF do?
1:40: How to install a Package with DNF
5:14 How to Search for a Package
8:10 Showing installed packages
9:40 Showing recently updated packages
10:35 Install multiple packages at once
14:20 Removing packages
16:10 Updating packages selectively
17:20 Updating all packages
19:12 Automating updates with dnf
22:30 Reinstalling a package
24:00 Removing un-needed dependencies
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