From the -devel mailing list:
Do you want to make Fedora 37 better?
Please spend 1 minute of your time and try to run:
# Run this only if you use default Fedora modules # next time you run any DNF command default modules will be enabled again
LANG=C sudo dnf --releasever=37 --setopt=module_platform_id=platform:f37 --enablerepo=updates-testing $(rpm -q fedora-repos-modular >/dev/null && echo --enablerepo=updates-testing-modular) --assumeno distro-sync
This command does not replace
dnf system-upgrade, but it will reveal potential problems. You should also run
dnf upgrade --refresh before running this command. If you get this prompt: …
Total download size: XXX M Is this ok [y/N]:
you can answer N and nothing happens, no need to test the actual upgrade.
But very likely you get some dependency problem now. In that case, please report it against the appropriate package. Or against fedora-obsolete-packages if that package should be removed in Fedora 37. Please check existing reports against fedora-obsolete-packages first:
and also there is already bunch of “Fails to install” (F37FailsToInstall) reports:
Please respond to the thread on the
devel-list since that way the discussion remains in one place. You can respond using the URL above—you will need to login using your FAS same as you do here.
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