Updating fedora with yum
On occasion, there may be unexpected issues when you upgrade your system.
If you experience any issues, please visit the DNF system upgrade wiki page for more information on troubleshooting in the event of a problem.
You can click the notification to launch the GNOME Software app. Choose the tab in GNOME Software and you should see a window like this: If you don’t see anything on this screen, try using the reload tool at the top left.
It may take some time after release for all systems to be able to see an upgrade available. You can continue working until you reach a stopping point, and the download is complete.
To boot your system into the upgrade process, type the following command in a terminal: package, your system reboots into the current kernel installed for Fedora 27; this is normal.
For help with taking a backup, see the backup series on the Fedora Magazine.
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The Fedora 28 Workstation also has a graphical upgrade method.
Soon after release time, a notification appears to tell you an upgrade is available.