Re: Access superseded Fedora RPMs

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On 08. 09. 23 21:58, Kai A. Hiller wrote:
Is there a Fedora-canonical way of finding and attaining these superseded RPMs?

Hello, you can obtain any package ever shipped in Fedora from Koji.

First, you need to find out a source package:

$ rpm -qi python3-pip
Source RPM  : python-pip-22.2.2-3.fc37.src.rpm

Then, you can download it from Koji:

$ koji download-build --arch=x86_64 --arch=noarch python-pip-22.2.2-3.fc37
Downloading [1/3]: python-pip-doc-22.2.2-3.fc37.noarch.rpm
[====================================] 100% 390.29 KiB / 390.29 KiB
Downloading [2/3]: python-pip-wheel-22.2.2-3.fc37.noarch.rpm
[====================================] 100% 1.42 MiB / 1.42 MiB
Downloading [3/3]: python3-pip-22.2.2-3.fc37.noarch.rpm
[====================================] 100% 2.85 MiB / 2.85 MiB

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