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It is necessary to remove the conflicting programs during installation and install dnf in order to update it. This can happen if you want to install a specific program, which is caused by a conflict between the previously installed program and the program you want to install.

Be careful not to install unnecessary programs because you can often see them when you use the * character during installation, or when there is a dependency between programs.

Since KDE installation works well without any problems during the initial installation process, it only works well when you resolve conflicts.

thnaks comment @szyde... and I add the related article by adding what I mentioned.

It is necessary to remove the conflicting programs during installation and install dnf in order to update it. This can happen if you want to install a specific program, which is caused by a conflict between the previously installed program and the program you want to install.

Be careful not to install unnecessary programs because you can often see them when you use the * character during installation, or when there is a dependency between programs.

Since KDE installation works well without any problems during the initial installation process, it only works well when you resolve conflicts.

thnaks comment @szyde... @szydell ... and I add the related article by adding what I mentioned.

It is necessary to remove the conflicting programs during installation and install dnf in order to update it. This can happen if you want to install a specific program, which is caused by a conflict between the previously installed program and the program you want to install.

Be careful not to install unnecessary programs because you can often see them when you use the * character during installation, or when there is a dependency between programs.

Since KDE installation works well without any problems during the initial installation process, it only works well when you resolve conflicts.

thnaks Thanks comment @szydell ... and I add the related article by adding what I mentioned.

It is necessary to remove the conflicting programs during installation and install dnf in order to update it. This can happen if you want to install a specific program, which is caused by a conflict between the previously installed program and the program you want to install.

Be careful not to install unnecessary programs because you can often see them when you use the * character during installation, or when there is a dependency between programs.

Since KDE installation works well without any problems during the initial installation process, it only works well when you resolve conflicts.

Updated....

 /usr/lib64/sasl2/libkdexoauth2.so.3.0.0

This is not installed on my system with KDE installed. Therefore, it seems to be installed except the program.

 kdepim-runtime-libs-1:18.04.3-1.fc29.x86_64 
 libkgapi-18.12.2-1.fc29.x86_64

This program is normally installed and works fine. Therefore, install the program you want to install except the library.

Thanks comment @szydell ... and I add the related article by adding what I mentioned.

It is necessary to remove the conflicting programs during installation and install dnf in order to update it. This can happen if you want to install a specific program, which is caused by a conflict between the previously installed program and the program you want to install.

Be careful not to install unnecessary programs because you can often see them when you use the * character during installation, or when there is a dependency between programs.

Since KDE installation works well without any problems during the initial installation process, it only works well when you resolve conflicts.

Updated....Thanks Comment @ villykruse Have a nice day.!! I Updated....and check my F29 Server System [HP]

 /usr/lib64/sasl2/libkdexoauth2.so.3.0.0

This is not installed on my system with F29 KDE installed. pre-installed. Therefore, it seems to be installed except the program.

 kdepim-runtime-libs-1:18.04.3-1.fc29.x86_64 
 libkgapi-18.12.2-1.fc29.x86_64

This program is normally installed and works fine. Therefore, install the program you want to install except the library.

Thanks comment @szydell ... and I add the related article by adding what I mentioned.

It is necessary to remove the conflicting programs during installation and install dnf in order to update it. This can happen if you want to install a specific program, which is caused by a conflict between the previously installed program and the program you want to install.

Be careful not to install unnecessary programs because you can often see them when you use the * character during installation, or when there is a dependency between programs.

Since KDE installation works well without any problems during the initial installation process, it only works well when you resolve conflicts.

Thanks Comment @ villykruse @villykruse Have a nice day.!! I Updated....and check my F29 Server System [HP]

 /usr/lib64/sasl2/libkdexoauth2.so.3.0.0

This is not installed on my system with F29 KDE pre-installed. Therefore, it seems to be installed except the program.

 kdepim-runtime-libs-1:18.04.3-1.fc29.x86_64 
 libkgapi-18.12.2-1.fc29.x86_64

This program is normally installed and works fine. Therefore, install the program you want to install except the library.

Thanks comment @szydell ... and I add the related article by adding what I mentioned.

It is necessary to remove the conflicting programs during installation and install dnf in order to update it. This can happen if you want to install a specific program, which is caused by a conflict between the previously installed program and the program you want to install.

Be careful not to install unnecessary programs because you can often see them when you use the * character during installation, or when there is a dependency between programs.

Since KDE installation works well without any problems during the initial installation process, it only works well when you resolve conflicts.