That makes sense. I noticed with distro-sync that the "getdns-stubby"
package had vanished and needed to be reinstalled. But I prefer distro-sync
for it seems a cleaner installation. Thanks for all the help!
On Sat, May 4, 2019 at 4:22 PM Peter Robinson <pbrobinson(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On Sat, May 4, 2019 at 1:37 PM <ng0177(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> "dnf --releasever=30 --setopt=deltarpm=false distro-sync" does the
trick. I wonder, if it could replace "sudo dnf -y system-upgrade download
--releasever=30" or just complete it.
distro-sync is an alternative to system-upgrade, there's pros and cons
to it though so the later tends to be more suitable for most users.
The former is useful to ensure you have the latest packages plus and
changes like new package additions that may not get pulled in, or just
as a cleanup mechanism like this.
> [pi@raspi ~]$ lsb_release -d;uname -r
> Description: Fedora release 30 (Thirty)
> On Fri, May 3, 2019 at 10:30 PM Peter Robinson <pbrobinson(a)gmail.com>
>> On Fri, May 3, 2019 at 9:28 PM Peter Robinson <pbrobinson(a)gmail.com>
>> > > See below. Interestingly "sudo grub2-mkconfig" resulted in
permission denied but "su" worked. Nevertheless, I am stilled faced w/
>> > Well there's no F-30 kernels installed so it's booted as expected,
>> > even if it's not what's desired!
>> > I would:
>> > "rm -rf /var/cache/dnf/*"
>> > "dnf upgrade --refresh"
>> And if that doesn't give you a new kernel update try:
>> "dnf --releasever=30 --setopt=deltarpm=false distro-sync"