For me it’s kinda a problem that we don’t have only ONE unified UI for softwares. Problem one side Gnome Softwares handles flatpacks, and rpms, what is great. But nightmare turns on, gets confusing when I or someone has installed something in flatpacks, and want to remove with standard dnf remove. Currently dnf doesn’t track installed flatpacks, therefore the simple response as no such installed software in cli is could bad, if the user search something - but need to use multiple paths to manage softwares IMHO.
Kinda messy when I hit dnf update or dnf upgrade what runs down, then Gnome software still wants to separately update and upgrade AND restart. Basically I don’t get it why dnf and Gnome softwares don’t know about each others jobs or makes it possible to do both ways, or do at least ALL tasks one unified way.
Gnome Softwares shows the source at the installer, but when switch to installed packages, there is no info about the source or group selection…
So, any advice, or alternative that actually replaces and makes it manageable the softwares, and maybe it sees other sources?