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Hello, want to ask is updates slow for u others? Feels slow compared to other distro's i have tried & used..

Tested my internet and it's working execellent, and enabled fastmirrors maybe server side? :D:confused:
 


Haven't tried yet others, need to test later today :D
 
Check that in /etc/dnf/dnf.conf you have enabled the fastest mirror check:
Code:
[main]
...
fastestmirror=1
...
This will perform a speed check over all the hosts from time to time, and adjust your mirror configuration transparently to you.
 
Check that in /etc/dnf/dnf.conf you have enabled the fastest mirror check:
Code:
[main]
...
fastestmirror=1
...
This will perform a speed check over all the hosts from time to time, and adjust your mirror configuration transparently to you.
Did that already, that's why I'm wondering why it's slow :/
 
Check the spelling, just in case.
After enabling fastestmirror you may need to clean all dnf caches to ensure the check is done at next chance: sudo dnf clean all
Ok I'll recheck later today :)
 
Hello, want to ask is updates slow for u others? Feels slow compared to other distro's i have tried & used..

Tested my internet and it's working execellent, and enabled fastmirrors maybe server side? :D:confused:
Edit the file:

sudo nano /etc/dnf/dnf.conf

Add this line:

fastestmirror=1

Save the file.

Then run this command

sudo dnf clean all

Now you can check if it's working with simply run:

sudo dnf check-update

Somewhere should be:

determining the fastest mirror (116 hosts).. done.- B/s | 0 B --:-- ETA

If everything finish without problems, you successfully switch to the fastest mirror!
 
I'm glad clearing the cache helped, typically internet problems are just either related to your internet connection or your browser.
 

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