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yum has been replaced with dnf in Fedora22, so instead of using yum, just use dnf

If you want to check for available software packages, use the command dnf search <packagename> or *dnf list <packagename>: sudo dnf search minecraft.

There is no such package available in F22 repos.

I'd suggest, you start your research from here.

yum has been replaced with dnf in Fedora22, so instead of using yum, just use dnf

If you want to check for available software packages, use the command dnf search <packagename> or *dnf dnf list <packagename>: <packagename>: sudo dnf search minecraft.

There is no such package available in F22 repos.

I'd suggest, you start your research from here.

yum has been replaced with dnf in Fedora22, so instead of using yum, just use dnf

If you want to check for available software packages, use the command dnf search <packagename> or dnf list <packagename>: . In your case: sudo dnf search minecraft.

There is no such package available in F22 repos.

I'd suggest, you start your research from here.

yum has been replaced with dnf in Fedora22, so instead of using yum, just use dnf

If you want to check for available software packages, use the command dnf search <packagename> or dnf list <packagename>. In your case: sudo dnf search minecraft.

There is no such package available in F22 repos.

I'd suggest, you start your research from here.. Or you visit minecraft.net and download the .jar archive from there...