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Is your system completely up to date? 'Cause this looks like buggy behavior which has been seen before. The autoremove functionality should no longer mistake kernel files for removable leaf files (explanation in the comments of the bugzilla link), so this is definitely unintended behavior on behalf of the dnf-plugins-core software (unless you really did, somehow, install that kernel purely as a dependency to other software?). At the end of the bug report, it looks like the original reporter was still seeing trouble. If you're all patched up, you should report it on bugzilla.

Is your system completely up to date? 'Cause this looks like buggy behavior which has been seen before. The autoremove functionality should no longer mistake kernel files packages for removable leaf files packages (explanation in the comments of the bugzilla link), so this is definitely unintended behavior on behalf of the dnf-plugins-core software (unless you really did, somehow, install that kernel purely as a dependency to other software?). At the end of the bug report, it looks like the original reporter was still seeing trouble. If you're all patched up, you should report it on bugzilla.

Is your system completely up to date? 'Cause your confusion is legitimate; this looks like buggy behavior which has been seen before. The autoremove functionality should no longer mistake kernel packages for removable leaf packages (explanation in the comments of the bugzilla link), so this is definitely unintended behavior on behalf of the dnf-plugins-core software (unless you really did, somehow, install that kernel purely as a dependency to other software?). At the end of the bug report, it looks like the original reporter was still seeing trouble. If you're all patched up, you should report it on bugzilla.