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DNF Command Line Package Manager in Linux: A Complete Guide
This article is a complete guide on using the DNF command in Linux to manage and maintain the software package base.
DNF (Dandified YUM) is a package manager for RPM-based Linux distributions, including RHEL, Fedora, CentOS, AlmaLinux, Rocky Linux, and Oracle Linux. It was initially introduced in Fedora 18 in 2013.
DNF simplifies package maintenance by automatically checking for dependencies and determining the actions needed to install, remove, update, or perform any other operation on your Linux system’s package base.
Furthermore, the DNF package manager allows you to manage and collect information about software repositories on your Linux system.