Patrick O'Callaghan wrote:
Yes, that is enabled. I was confused because on trying to remove
dnfdragora-updater I get:
@fedora 27 k
Removing unused dependencies:
[a whole bunch of packages]
dnf mark install dnfdragora
before removing dnfdragora-updater, so that the main dnfdragora application
Or if you already uninstalled all this stuff, then just:
dnf install dnfdragora
to get it back.
The updater is the part that annoys you, whereas the application in the main
dnfdragora package only comes up if you explicitly run it from the menu.