On Tuesday, December 26, 2017 at 6:02:57 PM UTC-8, dangm...@gmail.com wrote:
> Attempting to upgrade KeePassX to KeePassX 2.0, using backports, borked my 
> debian template by removing qubes-gui-agent and pulseaudio. 
> Was unable to find way to undo damage. 
> Opted to reinstall template, but I cannot download it without my connection 
> dropping, and thus timing me out. dnf does not resume the download, despite 
> it claiming to be saving the download to cache.
> I have put keepcache=true in dnf.conf, with no results.
> cannot wget from dom0. Should I wget from some other VM?

Hm. I wasn't notified of these responses. I appreciate everyone's input.

I ended up editing yum.conf, under [main], and adding minrate=1, and 

(I also edited keepcache to 1)

Now yum/dnf doesn't timeout after periods of slow transfer speeds.

Seems to be working, as I am now halfway done with the download with only 2 
more hours to go.

A apologize, this seems to be a yum issue and not a qubes issue. I just wasn't 
sure what was going on behind the scenes and was under the impression that yum 
had no problems with resuming downloads. I thought maybe qubes-dom0-update was 
breaking that. 

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