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flatpak is simply installed by default, so users that want to use flatpaks can do so out-of-the-box.

Nothing depends on flatpak, you can simply remove it.

flatpak is simply installed by default, so users that want to use flatpaks can do so out-of-the-box.

Nothing depends on flatpak, you can simply remove it. it.

flatpak is simply installed by default, so users that want to use flatpaks can do so out-of-the-box. out-of-the-box.

Nothing depends on flatpak, you can remove it.

flatpak is simply installed by default, so users that want to use flatpaks can do so out-of-the-box.

To me this looks like a wrong dependency somewhere. Nothing should depend on flatpak and you should be able to remove flatpak* without removing the other packages listed above.

What was the command you issued?

flatpak is simply installed by default, so users that want to use flatpaks can do so out-of-the-box.EDIT

To me this looks like a wrong dependency somewhere. Nothing should depend on flatpak and you should be able to remove flatpak* without removing the Flatpak is now required by Gnome Software (and maybe other packages listed above. components).

What was the command you issued?Run rpm -e flatpak flatpak-libs to find out what requires flatpak.