List Available Modules of Fedora 30 Server

After finishing Fedora 30 Server installation, I want to check all modules. The result is as follows:
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What should I do next ?

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Hi @afdrnk! Welcome to the community! Please have a look at the introductory posts in the #start-here category if you haven’t had a chance to do so.

Judging by kernel you’re running (5.0.9) you haven’t updated you system after installation. You absolutely should.

sudo dnf check-update
sudo dnf upgrade

If you’ll be unable to update with the similar messages, I’ll provide another workaround for you to try.

Basically, being unable to synchronize fedora-modular (and other repos sometimes) is a known problem for F30, it was (I think) subsequently resolved by update to some dnf library. After you update your system you should be good to go.

By the way, updating your system is the first thing to do after installation. Running without latest updates poses security risks and can surface bugs that were already resolved.

Thank you so much @nightromantic.
Can I connect Wi-Fi using USB Tethering to update ?

It’s likely your network is down or connectivity is limited for some reason.

nmcli general status
nmcli connection show
networkctl status 
networkctl list

Yes, it should be possible.

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If you have trouble with internet connection but need to get some listings from dnf, you can try adding --disablerepo=* to your dnf commands.

sudo dnf --disablerepo=* module list

You can also try permanently disable all the repos instead (until you can update your system), although I don’t think it’s a good idea.

I think (not exactly sure) I’ve tried it couple of times some time ago – on an updated system with graphical DEs – but it should be possible with the use of nmcli, as @vgaetera pointed.