Upgrading Fedora 31 to Fedora 32

Why do we upgrade Fedora each year?

Since 2003, Fedora contributors around the world have been working on improvements in favour of this free software. The support of each developed version can last for a year, then it is important to do an upgrade to get t. Nowadays the Fedora project has released the Fedora 32 version, and by upgrading my Fedora 31, I can get also the new improvements for GNOME ❤︎

Upgrading using GUI methods

In case you are not familiar with the Command Line Interface (CLI), then you can click on the Software option to do the Upgrade as it follows:Upgrading using CLI methods

According to the Official Fedora documentation, we can follow these steps:

sudo dnf upgrade --refresh 
sudo dnf install dnf-plugin-system-upgrade
sudo dnf system-upgrade download --releasever=32
sudo dnf system-upgrade reboot

Some screen-shots of the upgrading process in my laptop:Finally, I got Fedora 32 and GNOME 3.36.2:Alternative with one line:

This process took me a while… if you are reading this post and you just installed the Fedora 31 with no much data in your laptop, you might try the upgrading with only one line:

sudo dnf -y --releasever=32 --setopt deltarpm=false distro-sync

#stayHome #staySafe #stayEducated

About Julita Inca

Ingeniero de Sistemas UNAC, Magíster en Ciencias de la Computación PUCP, Magíster en Computación de Alto Rendimiento de la Universidad de Edimburgo, OPW GNOME 2011, Miembro de la GNOME Foundation desde el 2012, Embajadora Fedora Perú desde el 2012, ganadora del scholarship of the Linux Foundation 2012, experiencia como Admin Linux en GMD y Especialista IT en IBM, con certificaciones RHCE, RHCSA, AIX 6.1, AIX 7 Administrator e ITILv3. Experiencia académica en universidades como PUCP, USIL y UNI. Leader of LinuXatUNI Community, HPC researcher, a simple mortal like you!
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