Re: VDQ finding dnf names

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On Tue, 2024-03-26 at 16:41 +0000, Beartooth wrote:
>         I normally have two or three browsers open. Most have been 
> installed for so long I no longer remember what dnf calls them. 
>         My wife, who also runs F39, has been having trouble with the ones 
> she has, and I have yet to get around to trying to diagnose them. Today as 
> a stopgap I tried to install some others for her, using dnf. 
>         It couldn't find brave, falcon, opera, nor vivaldi. VERY Dumb 
> Question : How do I look up what it calls them?

If they are available to directly download on her computer, you could

  dnf search web browser

To get a list of potentially suitable packages.

With various browsers, you get packages like opera-beta, opera-
developer, opera-stable.  Trying to install "opera" doesn't work.  You
may have struck that issue.
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