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2019-03-10 00:17:42 -0600 marked best answer Force Parallel Downloads in DNF

DNF appears to be downloading metadata and packages serially, which is excruciatingly slow. Passing in max_parallel_downloads=10 to DNF does not help.

How can I force parallel downloads in DNF?

2019-03-10 00:17:33 -0600 commented question Force Parallel Downloads in DNF

@vmercuri I know this, I passed in max_parallel_downloads=10 just to make sure it wouldn't change anything.

2019-03-10 00:12:52 -0600 answered a question Force Parallel Downloads in DNF

Turns out I was just confused by the UI: I assumed that it would show a line for each parallel download, but it rotates

2019-02-24 04:38:41 -0600 commented question Force Parallel Downloads in DNF

@vmercuri I know this, I passed in max_paralle_downloads=10 just to make sure it wouldn't change anything.

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2019-02-20 02:10:33 -0600 commented answer DNSSEC & Overriding DHCP Resolver (Securely)

Yes, I don't think this is possible.

2019-02-20 02:10:18 -0600 marked best answer DNSSEC & Overriding DHCP Resolver (Securely)

I setup DNSSEC-trigger and everything appears to be working nicely. However, not all domains are signed and I would like to use Cloudflare's DNS resolver whenever and DNS-over-TLS whenever I don't need to deal with a captive portal. I'm aware I can set the DNS server manually in the control panel, but this doesn't allow me to specify a public key. Furthermore, it's unclear if that works with GNOME's captive-portal detection system.

What's the best way to go about specifying a DNS server (along with the public key) in a way that meshes well with DNSSEC-Trigger? Is it possible to do this without interfering with the captive portal process?

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2019-02-20 02:08:34 -0600 asked a question Force Parallel Downloads in DNF

Force Parallel Downloads in DNF DNF appears to be downloading metadata and packages serially, which is excruciatingly sl

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2018-06-25 14:58:49 -0600 asked a question DNSSEC & Overriding DHCP Resolver (Securely)

DNSSEC & Overriding DHCP Resolver (Securely) I setup DNSSEC-trigger and everything appears to be working nicely. Ho

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2017-03-26 12:33:27 -0600 asked a question SELinux Qemu Sandboxing Effectiveness

I recently installed Firejail, however, it causes frequent breakages because the rule-sets lag behind system updates. I'm having a lot of trouble with Qemu in particular and wanted to know how tightly SELinux locks Qemu down. Am I wasting my time or do the Firejail rulesets (launcher, system) provide more protection?

Or, to put it another way, what restrictions does Fedora's SELinux profile apply to Qemu?