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What you are looking for is the list command: dnf list. It offer the options --installed and --available.

BTW: @Jake had a good hint. Just take a look into the DNF documentation and you find it there.

What you are looking for is the list command: dnf list. It offer the options --installedinstalled and --availableavailable.

Example: dnf list installed | grep gstreamer

BTW: @Jake had a good hint. Just take a look into the DNF documentation and you find it there.

What you are looking for is the list command: dnf list. It offer the options installed and available.

Example: dnf list installed | grep gstreamer

BTW: @Jake had a good hint. Just take a look into the DNF documentation and you find it there.there. Quoting from the same "A package is installed if it is present in the RPMDB, and it is available if it is not installed but it is present in a repository that DNF knows about."

What you are looking for is the list command: dnf list. It offer the options installed and available.

Example: dnf list installed | grep gstreamer

Just take a look into the DNF documentation and you find it there. Quoting from the same "A package is installed if it is present in the RPMDB, and it is available if it is not installed but it is present in a repository that DNF knows about."

To learn more about dnf, just read the man page: man dnf. Be aware that the link that @Jake provided refers to the lastest DNF which is not yet part of Fedora. In DNF 2 it will be --installed, --available...

What you are looking for is the list command: dnf list. It offer the options installed and available.

Example: dnf list installed | grep gstreamer or dnf list installed kernel

Just take a look into the DNF documentation and you find it there. Quoting from the same "A package is installed if it is present in the RPMDB, and it is available if it is not installed but it is present in a repository that DNF knows about."

To learn more about dnf, just read the man page: man dnf. Be aware that the link that @Jake provided refers to the lastest DNF which is not yet part of Fedora. In DNF 2 it will be --installed, --available...

What you are looking for is the list command: dnf list. It offer the options installed and available.

Example: dnf list installed | grep gstreamer or dnf list installed kernel

Just take a look into the DNF documentation and you find it there. Quoting from the same "A package is installed if it is present in the RPMDB, and it is available if it is not installed but it is present in a repository that DNF knows about."

To learn more about dnf, just read the man page: man dnf. Be aware that the link that @Jake provided refers to the lastest DNF which is not yet part of Fedora. In DNF 2 it will be --installed, --available...

What you are looking for is the list command: dnf list. It offer offers you the options installed and available.

Example: dnf list installed | grep gstreamer or dnf list installed kernel

Just take a look into the DNF documentation and you find it there. Quoting from the same "A package is installed if it is present in the RPMDB, and it is available if it is not installed but it is present in a repository that DNF knows about."

To learn more about dnf, just read the man page: man dnf. Be aware that the link that @Jake provided refers to the lastest DNF which is not yet part of Fedora. In DNF 2 it will be --installed, --available...