After long years of waiting GNOME software to improve itself (4 years waiting), I wish my hand from it & removed it from my Fedora 32 X64 Cinnamon edition.
I read about “KDE Discover” (plasma-discover) to be an alternative for GNOME software … What attract me is that I read on Internet BUT DID NOT TAKE A COPY & CAN NOT FIND IT AGAIN, I read that “KDE Discover” can be used only to manage flatpak no more, so that user can even remove PackageKit from the system after doing that … This is excellent to me ! I’m not needed “KDE Discover” to manage .rpm packages because I’m using DNF for that & dnfdragora in the way to be stable enough to be useful GUI package manager for .rpm packages … I need only GUI to manage flatpak. This way I will avoid double cache of .rpm packages (one by DNF & other by PackageKit) …
Kindly, I would like to know:
is it really possible to use “KDE Discover” only for flatpak & disable it from using PackageKit?
When I run “sudo dnf install plasma-discover” (just to see dependencies, then I aborted) really I saw “PackageKit” as a weak dependency !
how can I perform the above (making “KDE Discover” used only to manage flatpak) ?
does KDE Discover stable or it is buggy & repeatedly crashing like GNOME software, which crash my bones ?
Thank you for help.