Dnf Command

How to List Installed Packages by Size on CentOS/Fedora/Arch Linux

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Sometimes, you may need to keep track of your system's hard drive space especially if it's a cloud instance that's hosted on Amazon EC2, Linode, Digital Ocean or on your physical server.  You may be tempted to think that it's only [...]

Jamie Arthur 12:05 am

How to List Installed Packages on Fedora

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Occasionally, you may want to check the packages installed on your system. In this article, I will demonstrate how list installed packages on Fedora. Yum package manager was used on Fedora 22 and its previous version, now (Fedora 27) we [...]

Jamie Arthur 12:05 am

How to Use DNF History to List Manually Installed Packages

dnf history command

Once in a while, as a Linux user, you may want to conduct an audit of the status of various installed packages on your Linux machine. The main purpose is to keep track of the packages installed and those that [...]

Jamie Arthur 12:05 am

21 DNF Commands to Manage RPM Based Linux Distributions

Hi everyone, today we'll learn about DNF commands and how we can use it to manage RPM based Linux Distributions. Dandified YUM also known as DNF is the new version of YUM, a package manager for RPM based Linux Distribution. [...]

Arun Pyasi 6:56 am

How to Install and Remove Packages with DNF in Fedora

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DNF (Dandified YUM) can be considered as the updated version of  YUM utility. DNF utility stands far better than other package managers when it comes to memory usage, CPU utilization and various other performance-related factors. In this article, let us discuss [...]

Bobbin Zachariah 3:00 am