Graphical Frontend for DNF Package Management on CentOS Stream

The solution to the problem was found by realizing that the GUI tool and DNF were using different caches. Prior to encountering the error, the message that appeared when executing dnf was identified. After conducting research and attempting to install each DNF rpm dependency, it was decided to remove the folder “site-packages” from a specific location. This resolved the issue and resulted in a successful outcome. Appreciation was expressed for the solution.


Question:

I’ve recently set up a new and moist
CentOS Stream
.

Regrettably, the default repositories no longer contain yumex-dnf.

Has it ceased to function?
What was its successor?


Solution:

Yumex-DNF, which has been replaced by dnfdragora in Fedora, is no longer being developed. Although there is a request to package it in EPEL 8, it appears to be abandoned as well. Attempting to install it manually may prove difficult as libyui is also not present in the CentOS 8 repositories, requiring manual installation as well.

The
GNOME Software
can be found in
CentOS 8 stream
, but it may not fulfill your requirements. It has a higher level of functionality and is better suited for PackageKit’s graphical user interface than for DNF.

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