Its been 6-months already? Have you tried running selinux in permissive mode? Sometimes that happens because of an unresolved issue in selinux. Most times, an update fixes that. So, try updating first. You can do that from the terminal.
as root: dnf -y update
If that didn’t fix it, then add the following to your kernel boot parameters, and boot again: enforcing=0
If that fixed it – Yaaaay! However, that’s a temporary fix. It is not good to run without security. You’ll need to find out why Selinux is messing with your booting experience. In that case, I’d suggest that you install a more recent Fedora. Fedora-32 will suffice. It makes more sense to fix bugs in releases that have longer lifespans. Fedora-30 will reach End-Of-Life (EOL) next month.
Well, sorry it took me so much time. Couldn’t I got stuck.
My computer wouln’t pass that boot process and didn’t know what to do.
Couldn’t find any answer in forums I tried, all via my mobile.
Well, I got to the login prompt and started the update.
It worked until reaching a 1.6 GB pycharming file and seemed to get stuck there again for about 7 hours.
I reset the machine and boot would halt at start of Display Manager again.
So, again to login and started the update process again.
Now it says repos cannot be found in mirrors.
“Failed to download metadata for repo…”
Repos phraceck-PyCharm, adobe-linux-i386, adobe-linux–x86_64, fedora-cisco-openh264.
Next attempt to update and only cisco repo fails.
And there I a, retrying.
I will thank you for your patience.
I’m not so skilled.
While updating it was about to reach the end, file 639 of 670 or so when a big 1.6 GB was being downloaded.
It was named something like pycharming-community.
However, it took too long.
Couldn’t see if there was any progress.
Modem Internet led blinked but after 7 hours the HDD didn’t blink.
I decided to reset the system.
When reaching the prompt I tried to start the update again and now the failure of downloading metadata showed up.