It’s been a few month since I am trying to upgrade my old fedora-31 to the latest fedora. I have followed this documentation:
Here is a summary of my commands on my system and all those commands finished successfully:
sudo dnf upgrade --refresh sudo dnf system-upgrade download --releasever=32
This is the end of the output of the second command:
Total 4.2 MB/s | 102 MB 00:24
Running transaction check
Transaction check succeeded.
Running transaction test
Transaction test succeeded.
Download complete! Use ‘dnf system-upgrade reboot’ to start the upgrade.
Then I have restarted the system as mentioned:
sudo dnf system-upgrade reboot
The following is then happening:
- The computer restart
- The Fedora logo is displayed for a few seconds
- The computer restart again
- The Fedora logo is again displayed
- Login prompt, but I am still in Fedora 31
I have made some research and I’ve found this topic on this discourse, but nothing on it helped:
Somewhere else, I also discovered the systemd unit dnf-system-upgrade.service which I believe is started when a upgrade is supposed to be executed.
I have found some weird errors in the output:
sudo journalctl -xeu dnf-system-upgrade.service [...] Sep 16 11:37:59 my-hostname systemd: dnf-system-upgrade.service: Failed to execute command: Permission denied Sep 16 11:37:59 my-hostname systemd: dnf-system-upgrade.service: Failed at step EXEC spawning /usr/bin/dnf: Permission denied [...]
Search this error did not yield any good results.
Could anyone help me dig this one further?