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best way to install a rpm file is using dnf:

example

sudo dnf install ~/Downloads/package.rpm

Even better is if you can find the package/program in Fedora's official software repository. That way you don't have to deal with manually downloading and you can "trust" the package (it has been reviewed and is GPG signed, and ...).

So, what's the package you want to install? Have you tried: dnf search package, where package is the name or part of the name of what you are looking for?

one of many option to find your .rpm file is:

find ~ -name "*.rpm"

(you can of course also use the file manager Nautilus or Gnome's search field to locate the .rpm)

best way to install a rpm an rpm file is using dnf:

example

sudo dnf install ~/Downloads/package.rpm

Even better is if you can find the package/program in Fedora's official software repository. That way you don't have to deal with manually downloading and you can "trust" the package (it has been reviewed and is GPG signed, and ...).

So, what's the package you want to install? Have you tried: dnf search package, where package is the name or part of the name of what you are looking for?

one of many option to find your .rpm file is:

find ~ -name "*.rpm"
*.rpm

(you can of course also use the file manager Nautilus or Gnome's search field to locate the .rpm)

best way to install an rpm file is using dnf:

example

sudo dnf install ~/Downloads/package.rpm

Even better is if you can find the package/program in Fedora's official software repository. That way you don't have to deal with manually downloading and you can "trust" the package (it has been reviewed and is GPG signed, and ...).

So, what's the package you want to install? Have you tried: dnf search package, where package is the name or part of the name of what you are looking for?