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2018-12-18 02:38:21 -0500 answered a question Gnome removed after doing dnf update --allowerasing

Thank you for the tip, will never do that again :) I just reinstalled @gnome-desktop and that seemed to do the trick!

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2018-12-17 10:19:11 -0500 asked a question Gnome removed after doing dnf update --allowerasing

Gnome removed after doing dnf update --allowerasing After doing a normal dnf update, Fedora stated it may be advisable t

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2018-11-15 10:03:04 -0500 commented question Upgrade to 29 fails: reboot and select proper boot device

Thanks guys :)

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2018-11-14 08:30:31 -0500 edited answer Upgrade to 29 fails: reboot and select proper boot device

Oke, finally solved the puzzle... First, using USB live media & a USB bootloader, i managed to find a problem (corru

2018-11-14 08:29:44 -0500 answered a question Upgrade to 29 fails: reboot and select proper boot device

Oke, finally solved the puzzle... First, using USB live media & a USB bootloader, i managed to find a problem (corru

2018-11-13 07:20:43 -0500 commented answer Upgrade to 29 fails: reboot and select proper boot device

Searched a long time, i think i found a (part of) the problem. I used live media and boot load/repair tools. Nothing wor

2018-11-09 06:00:16 -0500 commented answer Upgrade to 29 fails: reboot and select proper boot device

Oke, thanks for your answer, i will re-check my hardware and if necessary get a new SSD. Other then that, is it possible

2018-11-09 04:23:41 -0500 commented answer Upgrade to 29 fails: reboot and select proper boot device

@florian, if partitions are ok, is there a way to only re-install the boot/loader part? @ed209, maybe you are right, but

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2018-11-09 04:07:31 -0500 edited answer Upgrade to 29 fails: reboot and select proper boot device

When i insert a fedora Live media USB, and navigate to "reclaim disk space", i see the following: 119.2 GiB INTEL SSDP

2018-11-09 04:06:40 -0500 commented answer Upgrade to 29 fails: reboot and select proper boot device

Yes, in my BIOS i can choose from 2 (the same) devices. One of them which has the prefix "Fedora".

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2018-11-08 13:12:09 -0500 answered a question Upgrade to 29 fails: reboot and select proper boot device

When i insert a fedora Live media USB, and navigate to "reclaim disk space", i see the following: 119.2 GiB INTEL SSDP

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2018-11-07 18:37:25 -0500 commented answer Upgrade to 29 fails: reboot and select proper boot device

Honestly, i don't know for sure there was only one boot devices before updating. The system did run perfectly for 2 year

2018-11-07 15:22:28 -0500 asked a question Upgrade to 29 fails: reboot and select proper boot device

Upgrade to 29 fails: reboot and select proper boot device Past years upgrades worked perfectly on my system. Fedora is i