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An Introduction to DNF with 20 Examples

DNF stands for Dandified YUM, a completely updated version of YUM Package Manager. It was originally introduced on Fedora 18 and has now become the default package manager on Fedora 22, RHEL, and CentOS 8 to handle the RPM package management. DNF improves the deficiencies of YUM, including poor performance, high memory usage, and slowness […]

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How To Speed Up DNF Package Manager In Fedora, RHEL, CentOS, AlmaLinux, Rocky Linux

This guide explains how to increase package download speed using DNF package manager in Fedora, RHEL and other RPM-based systems.
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How to Install Specific Version of Package using DNF

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DNF Guide for Beginners with 20 Examples

DNF stands for Dandified YUM, it is a completely updated version of YUM Package Manager. It was originally introduced on Fedora 18, and has now become the default package manager on Fedora 22, RHEL, and CentOS-8 to handle the RPM package management. DNF improves the deficiencies of YUM, including poor performance, high memory usage, and […]

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dnf package manager examples

Introduction DNF is considered to become the replacement for yum as the next default package manager for yum. The dnf package manager was introduced with Fedora 18 and had been designated as the default package manager as of Fedora 22. DNF has the following advantages over its predecessor yum: Provides faster dependency resolution for packages […]

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