tldr; My DE is Cinnamon on F36, is there a way to stop GNOME-Software from pinging me with updates?
When I first started using Fedora and Cinnamon, the ex-windows user and Linux noob in me caused the voice inside my head to make me use the nice GUI GNOME-Software Centre to search for and install software.
My Linux balls have since dropped and I now, pretty much exclusively, use the much preferred command line
dnf yet I still retain a pretty gui
'dnfdagora-updater'for informing me of those important (and not so important) updates to packages etc.
I don’t really want to uninstall GNOME-Software as, whilst it isn’t all that good, it’s keyword search can give clues, as to what software packages might, I said might, because you never know, it might, suggest some appropriate packages. Although I now typically
DuckDuckGo the suggestions anyway, before installing via
dnf if they seem worthy (did someone say Google is my friend, because that’s another topic entirely, just kidding ).
So, how can I shut up
GNOME and let
dnf do the heavy lifting from now on?