Updating fedora core 3

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Anyone else having problems getting Fedora Core 3 to boot after doing a full update?Everything runs fine after the installation, but when I go to reboot after updating, it stops right where the boot status screen would show up. With either the stock kernel or the updated one either.If you have Fedora 20 or earlier, you will have to perform at least part of the upgrade with bare for the entire upgrade process.Note that when upgrading from Fedora 20 or earlier, you are both upgrading from an end-of-life release and using a not-officially-recommended upgrade mechanism; such upgrades are very much performed 'at your own risk' and may well require various kinds of manual intervention to run and clean up the upgraded system, if they work at all.Recommended Workstation Upgrade Method This is the recommended method for upgrades of Fedora Workstation 23 and later, but the DNF system upgrade method may help you identify dependency issues if the graphical method has problems. Fedora Workstation 23 and later include a graphical system upgrade mechanism.When a newer stable release is available, you should see a graphical notification, similar to the ones you see for system updates.This is not technically an 'upgrade' operation, it is simply an update, but there are some special considerations involved in making sure you stay on the update track you intend to use, which are documented on this page.

To upgrade using the installer, boot the system from a network install or DVD image for the target release, and run through the initial steps of the install process.

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Note that Fedora strongly recommends against ever running an end-of-life release on any production system, or any system connected to the public internet, in any circumstances.

You should never allow a production Fedora deployment to reach end-of-life in the first place.

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