Default settings RPM-Fusion Fedora 37 pre-release

Which RPM-Fusion Repos should be enabled by default(default setting) when testing Fedora 37 (free/nonfree, free/nonfree updates, free/nonfree test-updates)? How to reset it to their default settings?

Thank you.

You can find links for the branched-37 for both free and non-free under “Graphical Setup” on this page:

If you recently upgraded to 37 to test it, you can run dnf distro-sync to synchronize your rpmfusion packages to the version 37 packaged versions.


Are you sure?
I was thinking that they were following the same idea of the Fedora repository test-updates. Packages land in this repository before being promoted to the stable one.
In the F36 test-updates you find F36 packages.
(This should be the same for F37 as well, even if at this stage test-updates is not used). Is that different on rpmfusion?

Thank you to all.

Yes, I am testing Fedora 37 during the Fedora 37 test week for Gnome 43 Beta. In my case all RPMFusion repos are activated (free/nonfree, free/nonfree-updates, free/nonfree-Test updates). For me it’s not really clear which priority this repos have in reality.

dnf distro-sync has not changed anything concerning RPMFusion.

Does anybody test Fedora 37 too, what are the settings for RPMfusion?

for the first part of the question: OF COURSE ! :cowboy_hat_face:
for the second:
I always install the rpmfusion repro’s via the command line command.
=> “sudo dnf install https: …”
and leave the repo’s enabled to their defaults.
what currently is:

grep enabled=1 /etc/yum.repos.d/* |grep rpmfusion


You are fine. The updates and updates-testing repositories remains empty until the release date. So the setting for f37 will be the same as for f36.

To check which repository are enabled, run dnf repolist or dnf repolist --all. Check that it says “Fedora 37” and not for example “Fedora rawhide” or something else.

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Thank you to all for your clear and helpfull answers. Now I understand the logic behind this repos.


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