When I clicked on Restart & Install it immediately rebooted to the update installation process (this is normal), which took about 5 minutes to download and install the latest updates for Fedora 23 and then reboot again.
When it came back up the Software program immediately wanted to tell me about the updates that had been installed (this is also normal).
These instructions will work for any computer that doesn't use a UEFI interface.
What’s actually happening there is that the system has downloaded and cached the updates, and when you click ‘reboot’, it will boot to a special state where very few things are running – just enough to run the package update – run the package update, then reboot back to the normal system. If you don’t want to wait for notifications, you can run GNOME Software, click the If you don’t want to use offline updates, the second safest approach is to run the update from a virtual terminal.That is, instead of opening a terminal window in your desktop, hit ctrl-alt-f3 and you’ll get a console login screen. If your system is affected by the bug, and you leave your desktop running during the update, X will still crash, but the update process will complete successfully.We have to tweak & adjust some settings and install additional software’s to make your Desktop more easier as well as better for daily use.Assign A compiler is a computer program (or a set of programs) that transforms source code written in a programming language (the source language) into another computer language (the target language), with the latter often having a binary form known as object code.The bug is actually triggered by restarting way to update a Fedora system is to use the ‘offline updates’ mechanism.
If you use GNOME, this is how updates work if you just wait for the notifications to appear, the ones that tell you you can reboot to install updates now.Clicking the other button, Download, actually starts retrieving the packages needed for the upgrade, and shows a status bar of the download progress. This is a PSA about a fairly significant bug we’ve recently been able to pin down in Fedora 24 .I have already installed the new release from scratch on most of my laptops, but I specifically held back my Acer Aspire Z3 all-in-one desktop system so that I could try out the promised upgrade using the Gnome Software utility.I have been checking the Software utility periodically, and I finally saw the notice today that an update for Gnome 3.20 was available which would make it possible to upgrade to Fedora 24.So if the update process was running inside the X session, it will also crash and will not complete.