How to Upgrade Fedora version 34 to 35

Upgrade your operating system lets you take advantage of the latest software, security updates, and a host of upgraded features without having to reinstall your operating system. Here is the step-by-step guide on how to upgrade from Fedora 33 to 34.






Here is the current version of the software before we begin.

# cat /etc/os-release





Make sure your Fedora 34 server is up to date before we begin. To do so, run the following command.



# sudo dnf --refresh update





# sudo dnf upgrade




Apply the updates by rebooting your system.




# sudo reboot






Run the following command to install dnf upgrade plugin:  



# sudo dnf install dnf-plugin-system-upgrade





Use the following command to download Fedora 35 packages:



# sudo dnf system-upgrade download --releasever=35




If certain of your packages have unmet dependencies, you will not be able to continue upgrading unless you run it again with the –allowerasing option.  




# sudo dnf system-upgrade download --releasever=35 --allowerasing




Last and finally, You can start the actual upgrade by running the following command once all packages are downloaded.




# sudo dnf system-upgrade reboot



Ensure that your system is upgraded to the latest version after the upgrade. Run the following command to check,




# cat /etc/os-release








Hopefully, you have upgraded your system successfully. Thanks for reading! I hope it was informative for you!