Description of problem:
tested Testcase upgrade gnome-software previous workstation
did the first 3 steps On F 31
1.Enable showing pre-release Fedora versions using this command:
gsettings set org.gnome.software show-upgrade-prerelease true
2. Reboot the system or log out and in again, then wait for a few minutes.
3. A notification of an available upgrade should appear. If it does, click it. If not, note this as a bug, :
tried again, followed these steps again, restart no pos result.
an announce of available upgrade to Fedsora new version
Reassigning to gnome-software for further investigation.
The root cause also might be in PackageKit code or in how it uses libdnf.
I just tested it in a F31 VM and I correctly got the F33 upgrade banner. Is this still broken for you with latest updates?
I did re test on a new install of F33 with all updates ans latest updates.
On bare metal, iMacpro 2008, did log out log in again, waited five minutes.
In dconf-editor the shop-upgrade-prerelease is on.
did the same thing on power off.
fresh start, log in, wait. for more than 15 minutes. Nothing to be seen.
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