Boltron is shipped as a container image. Use the following commands to pull it and run it:
$ docker pull registry.fedoraproject.org/f26-modular/boltron $ docker run --rm -it registry.fedoraproject.org/f26-modular/boltron
Now you are ready to try Boltron!
You can find very similar guide on the Walkthrough and UX Feedback form - and give us feedback on the go.
List all available modules:
$ dnf module list
List all installed modules:
$ dnf module list --installed
Modules are identified by name-stream-version. Each module might have one or more install profiles - pre-defined sets of packages to be installed.
Modules can be installed by one of the following commands.
$ dnf install <module> $ dnf install <module>-<stream> $ dnf install <module>-<stream>/<profile> $ dnf install <module>-<stream>-<version> $ dnf install <module>-<stream>-<version>/<profile>
$ dnf install nginx $ dnf install nginx-f26
The system can be updated the same way as a traditional Fedora. The modules will always follow their streams. That means that if you have nodejs 6 (nodejs-f26) installed, it will not get upgraded to nodejs 8 (nodejs-8) even when it is available.
$ dnf update
If you want to change a stream of an installed module, run the same command as if you were installing it, specifying the stream you want to change to.
$ dnf install nodejs-f26 $ dnf install nodejs-8
DNF creates a .module file for each installed or enabled module.
$ ls /etc/dnf/modules.d/ $ cat /etc/dnf/modules.d/nodejs.module