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That sounds pretty much like a problem with either your internet connection, the mirror server you are trying to connect to, or the mirror manager.

Simply try

sudo dnf clean all


(that deletes your cache, including mirrorlist)

followed by

sudo dnf update


That sounds pretty much like a problem with either your internet connection, the mirror server you are trying to connect to, or the mirror manager.

Simply try

sudo dnf clean all


(that deletes your cache, including mirrorlist)

followed by

sudo dnf update


FYI, if you look your fedora.repo file, you see that dnf uses the so-called metalink. That's an URL where a xml file is provided that has a list of mirrors your system is going to connect to. (# cat /etc/yum.repos.d/fedora.repo)

Ah, and some repos like tlp for example, they use mirrorlist

mirrorlist=http://repo.linrunner.de/fedora/tlp/mirrors/$releasever/$basearch/tlp-source.txt


there could be something wrong with that repo for example. If that's the case check back later!

cd /etc/yum.repos.d
sudo grep mirrorlist *


should show you the repo causing the error.

That sounds pretty much like a problem with either your internet connection, the mirror or repo server you are trying to connect to, or the mirror manager.

Simply try to.

Try

sudo dnf clean all


(that deletes your cache, including mirrorlist)

followed by

sudo dnf update


And then install try installing your software.

FYI, if you look your fedora.repo file, you see that dnf uses the so-called metalink. That's an URL where a xml file is provided that has a list of mirrors your system is going to connect to. (# cat /etc/yum.repos.d/fedora.repo)

Ah, and some repos like tlp for example, they use mirrorlist

mirrorlist=http://repo.linrunner.de/fedora/tlp/mirrors/$releasever/$basearch/tlp-source.txt


there could be something wrong with that repo for example. If that's the case check back later!

cd /etc/yum.repos.d
sudo grep mirrorlist *


should show you the repo causing the error.

That sounds pretty much like a problem with the mirror or repo server you are trying to connect to.

Try

sudo dnf clean all


(that deletes your cache, including mirrorlist)

followed by

sudo dnf update


And then try installing your software.

FYI, if you look your fedora.repo file, you see that dnf uses the so-called metalink. That's an URL where a xml file is provided that has a list of mirrors your system is going to connect to. (# cat /etc/yum.repos.d/fedora.repo)

What is this fedora-28.repo? Something you added or edited manually? You shouldn't need that.

Ah, and some repos like tlp for example, they use mirrorlist

mirrorlist=http://repo.linrunner.de/fedora/tlp/mirrors/$releasever/$basearch/tlp-source.txt


there could be something wrong with that repo for example. If that's the case check back later!

cd /etc/yum.repos.d
sudo grep mirrorlist *


should show you the repo causing the error.