> On Sat, Jan 14, 2017 at 12:08:25AM -0000, haxy wrote:
>> Going back to the first post.
>>
>> "Qubes repository will allow changing the
>> "http" to "https" in the qubes entry /etc/apt/sources.list.d/."
>>
>> How would one implement that on a qubes-fedora template?
>>
>> Looking at Installing and updating software in VMs
>> "http://qubesosmamapaxpa.onion/doc/software-update-vm/";
>>
>> It looks like https mirrors are used for fedora and that other entries
>> in
>> yum.repos.d including qubes-*.repo could be changed from http to https.
>>
>> Would that work?
>> Although onion service would be preferred, might be a bit better than
>> clearnet after exit node.
>>
>>
> Yes, that will work as you think. The benefits are marginal.
>
>
>
Thanks Unman.
A marginal benefit is still a benefit. Especially if easily done.
Would be nice if the devs could make that change in an upcoming update, at
least until onion service repos are implemented.

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