Updating cache directory

If As necessary upgrades, downgrades or keeps selected installed packages to match the latest version available from any enabled repository.

If no package is given, all installed packages are considered.

Whenever you as a user don’t need a specific package you can mark it for removal.

The package stays installed on the system but will be removed when Marks the specified packages as installed by group.

package (tito is the package name) without weak deps.

Weak deps are not required for core functionality of the package, but they enhance the original package (like extended documentation, plugins, additional functions, etc.).

In case of modular dependency issue the operation will be rejected.DNF uses a separate cache for each user under which it executes.The cache for the root user is called the system cache. However, use of an architecture not supported natively by your CPU will require emulation of some kind. The behavior of Specify a path or url to a repository (same path as in a baseurl) to add to the repositories for this query. The repository label for the repository is specified by .Consequently, all installed profiles will be removed and the module RPMs will become unavailable in the package set.To perform the action anyway please use -Limit the resulting set only to packages of selected architectures (default is all architectures). If no query option is given, matching packages are displayed in the standard NEVRA notation. Upgrade, downgrade or keep those of them that are available in another repository to match the latest version available there and remove the others along with any packages depending on the packages being removed.

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To perform the action anyway please use -Disable a module.

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