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  1. #16
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    Re: Why do I have to run 'dnf update' twice?

    dnfdragora (Gnome) if you look at the lists, one version creates the message that updates are available. You are given the option to install that version.
    When that dnfdragora message appears, I run sudo dnf update/upgrade once and not have to do it twice.
    Leslie in Montreal

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  2. #17
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    Re: Why do I have to run 'dnf update' twice?

    I will share my experience, if it aids you for reference.

    I use fc28 primarily and secondarily. I have one vm running fc29 but didn't really like the xfce defaults (and frankly, even the Cinnamon 4.0 in fc28 is questionable, however that's probably not Fedora's fault). Anyway, I always remove dnfdragora\* and I have never had problems with having to run dnf twice.

  3. #18
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    Re: Why do I have to run 'dnf update' twice?

    I can confirm - the first thing after installing Fedora I do is to remove dnfdragora and then I have no problems with dnf.

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