This article will explore how to check the changelogs for the Fedora Linux operating system using the command line and dnf updateinfo. Instead of showing the commands running on a real Fedora Linux install this article will demo running the dnf commands in toolbox.

If you have used any type of computer recently be it a desktop laptop or even a smartphone you most likely have had to deal with software updates. You might have an opinion about them. They might be a 8220necessary evil8221 something that always breaks your setup and makes you waste hours fixing the new problems that appeared or you might even like them.

No matter your opinion there are reasons to update your software mainly bug fixes especially security-related bug fixes. After all you most likely don8217t want someone getting your private data by exploiting a bug that happens because of a interaction between the code of your web browser and the code that renders text on your screen.


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