dnf system-upgrade reboot
is the command to actually apply the upgrade
On Fri, Nov 6, 2015 at 1:16 PM, Bob Goodwin <bobgoodwin(a)wildblue.net> wrote:
I don't usually do Fedora upgrades, normally a fresh install, but
I'd try it on a Dell E4310 Notebook I have but rarely use. I updated
Fedora-22, rebooted, and did "dnf system-upgrade download --releasever=23."
It churned for a while and downloaded whatever it wanted. I left it and and
spent some time mowing grass. There were some approvals it wanted, I gave
them yeses and it quickly finished saying the F-23 install was complete.
I rebooted and it only offers to start from one of three F-22 kernels and
that does result in running F-22.
However, that computer never shuts down F-22 cleanly, I always wind up
forcing it off by holding the power button down 'til it stops. It sits
there telling me it can't reach the NFS server, gets a time out and tries
again, ad infinitum as far as I can tell? Dunno if that has an effect ...
Is there something I can do to salvage the install or should I just do
what I know always works, a fresh install?
Bob Goodwin - Zuni, Virginia, USA
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