Re: VDQ finding dnf names

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On 3/26/24 13:21, Beartooth wrote:
On Tue, 26 Mar 2024 15:31:30 -0400, Jon LaBadie wrote:

On Tue, Mar 26, 2024 at 04:41:33PM -0000, I Beartooth wrote:

	It couldn't find brave, falcon, opera, nor vivaldi. VERY Dumb
Question : How do I look up what it calls them?

If you know the path to the browser, perhaps /usr/bin/opera, AND have
the repo for it active, you could try the dnf command "provides".

$ dnf provides /usr/bin/opera

	I tried "whatprovides" on her machine (and got nothing); is this a
new version of it??

It won't work on her machine because it doesn't have the repos setup. That's something you would run on your machine to find out where that package came from.
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