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No, there is no way to undo a dnf command directly but you can just re-install the codecs you need: sudo dnf install <codecname>

What codecs do you need? Do you remember what was removed?

And btw: no need to shout help in the title: It is obvious that anybody posting a question here is seeking help!

No, there is no way to undo a dnf command directly but you can just re-install the codecs you need: sudo dnf install <codecname>

What codecs do you need? Do you remember what was removed?removed? If not, run sudo dnf history to see all previous transactions dnf performed.

And btw: no need to shout help in the title: It is obvious that anybody posting a question here is seeking help!

No, there is no way to undo a dnf command directly but you can just re-install the codecs you need: sudo dnf install <codecname>

What codecs do you need? Do you remember what was removed? If not, run sudo dnf history or sudo dnf history last to see all previous transactions dnf performed.

And btw: no need to shout help in the title: It is obvious that anybody posting a question here is seeking help!

No, there is no way to undo a dnf command directly but you can just re-install the codecs you need: sudo dnf install <codecname>

What codecs do you need? Do you remember what was removed? If not, run sudo dnf history or sudo dnf history last or sudo dnf history last-1 to see all previous transactions dnf performed.

And btw: no need to shout help in the title: It is obvious that anybody posting a question here is seeking help!

No, there is no way to undo a dnf command directly but you can just re-install the codecs you need: sudo dnf install <codecname>

What codecs do you need? Do you remember what was removed? If not, run sudo dnf history or sudo dnf history info last or sudo dnf history info last-1 to see previous transactions dnf performed.

And btw: no need to shout help in the title: It is obvious that anybody posting a question here is seeking help!

No, there is no way to undo a dnf command directly but you can just re-install the codecs you need: sudo dnf install <codecname>

What codecs do you need? Do you remember what was removed? If not, run Run sudo dnf history or sudo dnf history info last or sudo dnf history info last-1 to see previous transactions dnf performed.performed. dnf history undo last or dnf history undo $number will revert the removal.

And btw: no need to shout help in the title: It is obvious that anybody posting a question here is seeking help!