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This happens due to the fact that dnf and PackageKit, on which gnome-software depends on, are (still) running side-by-side. You can get rid of those notifications by disabling automatic download of updates and PackageKit caching. All updates will be managed by running sudo dnf update or sudo dnf upgrade only.

Open a terminal and execute gsettings set org.gnome.software download-updates false, then additionally execute sudo nano /etc/PackageKit/PackageKit.conf and uncomment #KeepCache=false by removing #.

This happens These notifications appear due to the fact that dnf and PackageKit, on which gnome-software depends on, are (still) running side-by-side. You can get rid of those the notifications by disabling the automatic download of updates and PackageKit caching. All

Execute : gsettings set org.gnome.software download-updates false
Additionally execute : sudo nano /etc/PackageKit/PackageKit.conf
Uncomment #KeepCache=false by removing the character #.

From now on updates will be managed by running sudo dnf update or sudo dnf upgrade only. exclusively.

Open a terminal and execute gsettings set org.gnome.software download-updates false, then additionally execute sudo nano /etc/PackageKit/PackageKit.conf and uncomment #KeepCache=false by removing #.

These notifications appear due to the fact that dnf and PackageKit, on which gnome-software depends on, are (still) running side-by-side. You can get rid of the those "confusing" notifications by disabling the automatic download 'download-updates' feature of updates GNOME Software and PackageKit caching.

Execute : gsettings set org.gnome.software download-updates false
Additionally execute : sudo nano /etc/PackageKit/PackageKit.conf
Uncomment #KeepCache=false by removing the character #.

From now on updates will be managed by running sudo dnf update or sudo dnf upgrade exclusively.

These notifications appear due to the fact that dnf and PackageKit, on which gnome-software depends on, are (still) running side-by-side. You can get rid of those "confusing" notifications by disabling the automatic 'download-updates' 'automatically download updates' feature of GNOME Software and PackageKit caching. by disabling the cache of PackageKit.

Execute : gsettings set org.gnome.software download-updates false
Additionally execute : sudo nano /etc/PackageKit/PackageKit.conf
Uncomment the line #KeepCache=false by removing the character #.

From now on Now updates will be managed by running sudo dnf update or sudo dnf upgrade exclusively.

These notifications appear due to the fact that dnf and PackageKit, on which gnome-software depends on, are (still) running side-by-side. You can get rid of those "confusing" notifications 'confusing notifications' by disabling the 'automatically download updates' feature of GNOME Software and by disabling the cache of PackageKit.

Execute : gsettings set org.gnome.software download-updates false.

Additionally execute : sudo nano /etc/PackageKit/PackageKit.conf .
Uncomment the line #KeepCache=false by (by removing the character #. ).

Now updates will be managed by running sudo dnf update or sudo dnf upgrade exclusively. DNF exclusively without the notifications.

These notifications appear due to the fact that dnf and PackageKit, on which gnome-software depends on, are (still) running side-by-side. You can get rid of those 'confusing notifications' by disabling the 'automatically download updates' feature of GNOME Software and by disabling the cache of PackageKit.

Execute gsettings set org.gnome.software download-updates false.

Additionally execute sudo nano /etc/PackageKit/PackageKit.conf.
Uncomment the line #KeepCache=false (by removing (remove the character #).

Now updates will be managed by DNF exclusively without the notifications.

These notifications appear due to the fact that dnf and PackageKit, on which gnome-software depends on, are (still) running side-by-side. You can get rid of those 'confusing notifications' by disabling the 'automatically download updates' feature of GNOME Software and by disabling the cache of PackageKit.

Execute gsettings set org.gnome.software download-updates false.

Additionally execute sudo nano /etc/PackageKit/PackageKit.conf.
Uncomment the line #KeepCache=false (remove the character #).

Now updates will be are managed by DNF exclusively without the notifications.