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I'm assuming it worked before the upgrade; you may want to try enabling gdm.service with systemd, in case it was disabled during/after the upgrade process.

# systemctl enable gdm.service
# systemctl restart gdm.service

If, for some reason, that doesn't work, check the status of gdm by executing

# systemctl status -l gdm.service

and note any-and-all error messages that could help you narrow down the problem and lead you to a solution.

I'm assuming it worked before the upgrade; you may want to try enabling gdm.service with systemd, in case it was disabled during/after the upgrade process.

# systemctl enable gdm.service
# systemctl restart gdm.service

If, for some reason, that doesn't work, check the status of gdm by executing

# systemctl status -l gdm.service

and note any-and-all error messages that could help you narrow down the problem and lead you to a solution.

For further details on systemd, please see fedora's wiki page as well as some useful links for troubleshooting at the bottom of that page.