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You can do that using the bodhi client:

sudo dnf install bodhi-client

The following has an example, that I took from a recent Fedora Magazine article on KRACK

bodhi updates download --builds wpa_supplicant-2.6-11.fc26
dnf update ./wpa_supplicant*.rpm

where wpa_supplicant*.rpm can be replaced with any other package from bodhi.

You can do that using the bodhi client:

sudo dnf install bodhi-client

The following has is an example, example that I took from a recent Fedora Magazine article on KRACK

bodhi updates download --builds wpa_supplicant-2.6-11.fc26
dnf update ./wpa_supplicant*.rpm

where wpa_supplicant*.rpm can be replaced with any other package from bodhi.

You can do that using the bodhi client:

sudo dnf install bodhi-client

The following is an example that I took from a recent Fedora Magazine article on KRACK

bodhi updates download --builds wpa_supplicant-2.6-11.fc26
dnf update ./wpa_supplicant*.rpm

where wpa_supplicant*.rpm can be replaced with any other package from bodhi.bodhi. It should work with any bodhi package that is pending, meaning not yet in testing

You can do that using the bodhi client:

sudo dnf install bodhi-client

The following is an example that I took from a recent Fedora Magazine article on KRACK.

First download the package using bodhi-client, the use dnf to install the package:

bodhi updates download --builds wpa_supplicant-2.6-11.fc26
dnf update ./wpa_supplicant*.rpm

where wpa_supplicant*.rpmwpa_supplicant... can be replaced with any other package from bodhi. It should work with any bodhi package that is pending, meaning not yet in testing

You can do that using a combination of the bodhi client: client (bodhi-client) and dnf. First download the package from bodhi using bodhi-client, then use dnf to install the package:

sudo dnf install bodhi-client

The following is an example that I took from a recent Fedora Magazine article on KRACK.

First download the package using bodhi-client, the use dnf to install the package:

bodhi updates download --builds wpa_supplicant-2.6-11.fc26
dnf update ./wpa_supplicant*.rpm

where wpa_supplicant... can be replaced with any other package from bodhi. It should work with any bodhi package that is pending, meaning not yet in testingtesting.

You need to install bodhi-client first, if not yet installed

sudo dnf install bodhi-client