dnf5.conf-todo — Options that are documented/implemented in DNF but not in DNF5
DNF5 has some options that are not yet implemented or documented. This section marks the config options that are missing. Some of the options might be duplicated in DNF5 Configuration Reference. In the event there are some duplicates, this section should be considered invalid and the option implemented and documented. If you find any issue, please, open a ticket at https://github.com/rpm-software-management/dnf5/issues.
This section does not track any deprecated option. For such options see Deprecated Config Options
Automatic check whether there is installed newer kernel module with security update than currently running kernel.
YUM compatibility option
Debug messages output level, in the range 0 to 10. The higher the number the more debug output is put to stdout.
If enabled, controls whether rpm should check available disk space during the transaction.
Error messages output level, in the range 0 to 10. The higher the number the more error output is put to stderr.
This is deprecated in DNF and overwritten by -verbose commandline option.
If enabled, DNF5 will exit immediately when something else has the lock.
If enabled, DNF5 will attempt to automatically verify GPG verification keys using the DNS system.
This option requires the unbound python module (python3-unbound) to be installed on the client system. This system has two main features. The first one is to check if any of the already installed keys have been revoked. Automatic removal of the key is not yet available, so it is up to the user, to remove revoked keys from the system. The second feature is automatic verification of new keys when a repository is added to the system. In interactive mode, the result is written to the output as a suggestion to the user. In non-interactive mode (i.e. when -y is used), this system will automatically accept keys that are available in the DNS and are correctly signed using DNSSEC. It will also accept keys that do not exist in the DNS system and their NON-existence is cryptographically proven using DNSSEC. This is mainly to preserve backward compatibility.
If enabled, DNF5 tries to apply modular obsoletes when possible.
If enabled, allows switching enabled streams of a module.
RPM debug scriptlet output level. One of: critical, emergency, error, warn, info or debug.
If enabled, performs the automatic running of group upgrade when running the upgrade command.
Controls if DNF5 uses colored output on the command line. Possible values: auto, never, always.
Color of installed packages that are older than any version among available packages. The option is used during list operations.
Color of installed packages that are newer than any version among available packages. The option is used during list operations.
Color of installed packages that are among available packages and can be reinstalled. The option is used during list operations.
Color of installed packages that do not have any version among available packages. The option is used during list operations.
See AUTHORS.md in dnf5 source distribution.
Contributors to the dnf5 project.