Start begin fedora linux 39 available -- stuck & not download


i am downloaded Fedora 39, & 3 days will not be downloaded!!

i was not downloaded to fedora 38, & not downloaded.

We cannot understand that post.
Are you downloading the F39 ISO from Fedora Workstation | The Fedora Project

Please provide details?

I am getting Fedora 38, and I get “software” & I click “updates”.

I am HP laptop & wifi. The wifi is ping, & I am

i as htop & i am filter 4 is filters is “settings”. /usr/bin/systemsettings & it in 17 jobs.

You are trying to upgrade from Fedora 38 > Fedora 39 from the Software Center, and the time it will take to download will be roughly 3 days?

“unable to upgrade to Fedora Linux 39” – “more information”. i am “Time was reached”.

3 days is not downloaded.

App Updates is not updates.

I would suggest the recommended upgrade path using dnf on the command line. 3 steps involved.

  1. sudo dnf upgrade --refresh to ensure the already installed system is fully updated, then reboot.
  2. sudo dnf system-upgrade --releasever=39 download to download all the required updates.
  3. sudo dnf system-upgrade reboot to actually perform the upgrade once the download completes.

Note that any errors reported at each step must be resolved before continuing to the next step.

$ sudo dnf system-upgrade --releasever=39 download

Problem: package redhat-lsb-trialuse-4.1-60.fc38.x86_64 from @System requires redhat-lsb-core(x86-64) = 4.1-60.fc38, but none of the providers can be installed

  • redhat-lsb-core-4.1-60.fc38.x86_64 from @System does not belong to a distupgrade repository
  • problem with installed package redhat-lsb-trialuse-4.1-60.fc38.x86_64
    (try to add ‘–skip-broken’ to skip uninstallable packages)

Try removing the package with the error (redhat-lsb-trialuse) then repeat the download step. It seems that redhat-lsb-core is available in F39 as version 4.1.62, but is not part of the normally installed package list. It also seems that the noted package requires the 4.1.60 version which is not available for F39.

As stated, each reported problem must be addressed and resolved before moving on.
packages that give does not belong to a distupgrade repository are best removed for the upgrade then reinstalled if still needed. It also may be important to disable 3rd party repos while performing the upgrade.

Were there any conflicts or errors reported with the dnf upgrade --refresh step?
You might also consider running sudo dnf distro-sync as well. That should catch the type error you report here.

yes!! i am dnf remove cut system.

$ uname -a
Linux fedora 6.6.7-200.fc39.x86_64 #1 SMP PREEMPT_DYNAMIC Wed Dec 13 21:43:37 UTC 2023 x86_64 GNU/Linux

It appears this installed package requires the other package.
Try removing the installed package and it should eliminate the dependency issue.