Installing the `fedora-workstation-repositories` package adds the `.repo` files (`baseurl`, `gpgkey`,) for Chrome, PyCharm, RPMFusion (NVIDIA drivers, [...]), and Steam to `/etc/yum.repos.d/` so that dnf will install and update from those third-party repositories (which may or may not have their own package mirroring system).
The wiki doesn't yet link to fedora-workstation-repositories in a couple places:
- but there's nothing about fedora-workstation-repositories (or [*] how to list what's in there)
- [ ] Link to the docs: [fedora-workstation-repositories]
## Article re: fedora-workstation-repositories
- datePublished: 2018-04-27
- `dnf install fedora-workstation-repositories`
> - Google Chrome — a web browser (Fedora 27 & Fedora 28)> - PyCharm — a Python IDE (Fedora 27 & Fedora 28)
> - NVIDIA graphics drivers (Fedora 28 only)
> - Steam
- [ ] README: Link to the docs
- Docs: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Workstation/Third_Party_Software_Repositories#Third_party_source_inclusions :
- PyCharm, Chrome, NVIDIA, Steam
- [*] List of files included: https://src.fedoraproject.org/rpms/fedora-workstation-repositories/tree/master
- Hopefully each .repo baseurl= in yum.repos.d points to a local and/or scalable package mirror with a GPG key (and possibly an SSL cert signed with a CA in the ca-certificates trust root).
fedora-workstation-repositories repo mirrors:
Third-party Fedora repo mirrors:
- https://pkg.cloudflare.com/ only supports Ubuntu, Debian, RHEL & CentOS &?
- https://cloudflaremirrors.com/ only lists Arch and Debian
Fedora repo mirrors:
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