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Fedora 28 synchronize installed packages between several notebooks

I run three HP notebooks with the same Fedora 28 KDE spin. The notebooks differ slightly from each other through the hardware: two use a ATI Radeon mobility graphic card (Noveau driver) and one uses a NVIDIA GeForce GT 130M card (Nvidia 340.xx driver) , all of them use a INTEL Wlan module etc. .

My question is now: is there an easy and automatic way to synchronize the installed packages on all machines automatically, except the hardware specific packages? I prefer GUI tools. The goal of this action is to always have the same software on every system and to work on the desired machines, whenever I want without checking, if the same software and tools are installed.

Thank you.

Fedora 28 synchronize installed packages between several notebooks

I run three HP notebooks with the same Fedora 28 KDE spin. The notebooks differ slightly from each other through the hardware: two use a ATI Radeon mobility graphic card (Noveau driver) and one uses a NVIDIA GeForce GT 130M card (Nvidia 340.xx driver) , all of them use a INTEL Wlan module etc. .

My question is now: is there an easy and automatic way to synchronize the installed packages on all machines automatically, except the hardware specific packages? I prefer GUI tools. The goal of this action is to always have the same software on every system and to work on the desired machines, whenever I want without checking, if the same software and tools are installed.

Thank you.

Remark before closing this question: It is very disappointing that there is no smart solution (tool) for this simple work. I can not believe, that e.g. a Redhat customer, employs staff which is running around, carrying a "package-file" and maintains so thousands of Workstations to get the same system-state all over the whole company.