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How do I install the opensuse repos on fedora?

asked 2017-01-26 10:41:24 -0500

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Normally packages installed from a Suse repository won't necessarily work on Fedora. The link above also seems to be outdated. So not too easy to help here. What packages do you want to install? Try to search for those applications using dnf search <search-string> and maybe add the rpmfusion repository, which provides some more packages.

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answered 2017-01-26 15:36:39 -0500

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Simple and confusing answer: you don't.

You basically need Fedora repositories. You can try rpmfusion mentioned by thomaswood as they are most popular. If some application has its repository on OpenSUSE build service there should be option to enable Fedora repository but as far as I am aware repositories that contain OpenSUSE applications won't work on Fedora.

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