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Timeouts when starting network connections and mounting shares


When Fedora boots and attempts to start network connections, it waits for a very long time before it decides that the connection has failed, for instance if the etherner port is disconnected. This makes for an annoyingly long boot time when I'm not connected to a network.

Same thing a little later when it tries to mount SMB shares from fstab. Takes forever before it times out.

Where can I set these timeouts so that I can avoid these long boot times?

thanks ahead,

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