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Hi, to use previous kernel, you can just choose it on GRUB boot screen (one of first things popping up after BIOS / manufacturer logo screen), there should be up to three versions available.

Use dnf history list for list of performed updates, dnf history info x for details of update x and dnf history undo x to revert it. dnf downgrade package_name lets you install previous version of chosen package and dnf update --exclude=package_name lets you update everything except excluded package.

Those are instructions for temporary workarounds (reverting etc.), it's best to find the problem, report and get it fixed, to be able to safely stay up to date. Details from your question aren't enough for us to determine what's your issue, report it in separate question.

Give Fedora 28 a try, maybe your issue is already fixed there: https://spins.fedoraproject.org/

Hi, to use previous kernel, you can just choose it on GRUB boot screen (one of first things popping up after BIOS / manufacturer logo screen), there should be up to three versions available.

Use dnf history list for list of performed updates, dnf history info x for details of update x (where x is an ID of one of updates listed by previous command) and dnf history undo x to revert it. dnf downgrade package_name lets you install previous version of chosen package and dnf update --exclude=package_name lets you update everything except excluded package.

Those are instructions for temporary workarounds (reverting etc.), it's best to find the problem, report and get it fixed, to be able to safely stay up to date. Details from your question aren't enough for us to determine what's your issue, report it in separate question.

Give Fedora 28 a try, maybe your issue is already fixed there: https://spins.fedoraproject.org/