To check for updates in Fedora 32, open a terminal window and enter the following commands:
$ sudo dnf check-update <enter>
$ sudo dnf update <enter>
This will look for updated rpm files and ensure that the system is patched. Note that “dnf” works similar to “yum” used earlier on Fedora.
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Actually the update command is deprecated. You should use dnf upgrade now. See man dnf.
Also there is no need to run check-update as the upgrade command will check for available updates and give the option to install them.
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