Resolving VIM conflicts on Fedora 25 Yasir | May 15, 2017 | linux, Technology | No Comments I am not a great fan of Debian system. I prefer to use RPM based systems like Fedora and CentOS. My distro was not shipped with VIM so I had to use dnf package installer to install it. sudo dnf install vim I had received the following output: file /usr/share/man/man1/vim.1.gz from install of vim-common-2:8.0.586-1.fc25.i686 conflicts with file from package vim-minimal-2:7.4.1989-2.fc25.i686 Solution: Upgrade dnf: sudo dnf upgrade This will take a while. After that execute the following command: sudo dnf install vim Installing vim Transaction check completed without errors: Vim installation successful Note: Never disable transaction checking as this will mess up your package installation system. Related Posts:Sitecore CI: Webservice to install Update PackageFedora : Activating Broadcom 4331 Wireless on MacbookDual Boot Native Fedora and OSXReboot Your Android’s Performance –…Speed-up browsing by changing your DNS ServersJenkins – Solving SSL Certificate issue with SVNShare this:EmailRedditPrintFacebookLinkedInTwitterGooglePinterestTumblrPocket Related Tags:dnf transaction check, fedora, installing vim, linux, vim conflic About The Author Yasir Yasir is a software engineer, scuba diver, photographer and a martial artist. He lives in Mauritius and writes about his opinions on his blog. You will mostly encounter posts regarding his work and hobbies.