Wow, it's really surprising.
sometime I use -C for disable boring packages cache download
Don't do that.
Use it when you want to list, search or get info from packages and its availability.
When checking if there are any upgrades availables use:
su -c 'dnf check-upgrade' or sudo dnf check-upgrade to only refresh the *-updates-* repos only, less data to download.
I had crashes after rebooting. But not during the upgrade or immediately after.
It is easy, You just need a Wired Network or a USB Wired Network tethered from a Android device. I do this with all my installs, be that Fedora Workstation, Fedora Mate or Fedora i3wm.
@Wolfshappen do you think F29 has reached final freeze? I mean its still labeled beta but I believe they'll just remove the beta label and ship it as stable because its time, i guess? you think the beta ISOs are the real ISOs?
Mine doesn't ?
How to know which copr repo to choose between two for same tool?
I am experimenting with telegram-cli and I found these two repos:
okay. how do I disable the repo now
Then call dnf distro-sync
And next time please research the state of software before installing random coprs.
(And keep in mind tdlib is just a library to build into your programming language, but there are clients based on it already for cli as well)
but official repo doesn't say anything about it's state
Last commited and issues are a lot more telling than if the maintainer put up a "out of order" sign.
And failing ci builds.