Unable to upgrade to F37: error related to `easytag-nautilus` package

when tryoing to upgrade to 37, Gnome Software claims a “nautilus-tags” package can’t be found

what am I supposed to do ?

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I don’t see a nautilus-tags package in the repos any more. So perhaps this was removed.

Could you please run:

rpm -qi nautilust-tags

just so we can see what package it is.

To get the update to go through, we could test removing this package (hit N to not go through with this if it pulls in lots of other packages too):

sudo dnf remove nautilus-tags
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$ rpm -qi nautilust-tags
il pacchetto nautilust-tags non è stato installato

it translates to

the package nautilu-tags was not installed

sorry, a typo on my side

but with the correct spelling, he result doesn’t change

$ rpm -qi nautilus-tags
il pacchetto nautilus-tags non è stato installato

I’m sorry again

the proper name of the package is


$ rpm -qi easytag-nautilus
Name        : easytag-nautilus
Version     : 2.4.3
Release     : 14.fc36
Architecture: x86_64
Install Date: dom 27 nov 2022, 18:44:51
Group       : Unspecified
Size        : 58548
License     : GPLv3+
Signature   : RSA/SHA256, mar 22 feb 2022, 16:16:53, Key ID 999f7cbf38ab71f4
Source RPM  : easytag-2.4.3-14.fc36.src.rpm
Build Date  : lun 14 feb 2022, 16:23:28
Build Host  : buildhw-x86-16.iad2.fedoraproject.org
Packager    : Fedora Project
Vendor      : Fedora Project
URL         : https://wiki.gnome.org/Apps/EasyTAG
Bug URL     : https://bugz.fedoraproject.org/easytag
Summary     : Nautilus extension for opening in EasyTAG
Description :
Nautilus extension to add "Open with EasyTAG" to the Nautilus context menu, for
easier access to EasyTAG when opening directories and audio files.

should I post a new correct question ?

Ah, looks like it was disabled in Fedora 37:


So, yes just removing this one package should do:

sudo dnf remove easytag-nautilus

Please do check that it doesn’t try to take lots of other packages with it.

No, I think we’re fine here. I’ll update the question topic to make it more specific.


if you’re on silverblue, you’ll need to use the rpm-ostree variants of the dnf commands:


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