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Just backup the a list of user installed packages (sudo dnf history userinstalled or sudo dnf history userinstalled > my-packages.txt) and backup your entire home directory (simply copy, or rsync, or use some backup software available in Fedora).

Then install Fedora onto the other machine, and restore the user-installed packages as well as the content in your home directory.

Optionally, you can also backup and restore /etc

Just backup the a list of user installed packages (sudo dnf history userinstalled or better sudo dnf history userinstalled > my-packages.txt) and in addition to a backup of your entire home directory (simply copy, or rsync, or use some backup software available in Fedora).

Then install Fedora onto the other machine, and restore the user-installed packages as well as the content in your home directory.

Optionally, you can also backup and restore /etc

Just backup a list of user installed packages (sudo dnf history userinstalled or better sudo dnf history userinstalled > my-packages.txt) in addition to a backup of your entire home directory (simply copy, or rsync, or use some backup software available in Fedora).

Then perform a fresh install of Fedora (same release version as the backup) onto the other machine, and restore the user-installed packages as well as the content in your home directory.

Optionally, you can also backup and restore /etc