I installed a fresh copy of Fedora 24 on my older notebook (1.gen i5) a few weeks ago and (naturally) first tried to get the latest updates through
sudo will be omitted here).
After a while (still running
dnf) I got pushed back to the login-screen and when I logged in, all terminal-windows were gone. After a restart I noticed that the kernel hasn't been updated (though I saw a newer version had been queued and my VMs also use a newer one).
Another run of
dnf update says that there are no packages available for updating. Refreshed the cash with
dnf clean all but that did not help.
So I tried to undo the last update by running
dnf history undo <id> but I then get the message:
No package available. Error: An operation cannot be undone
The package-name varies every time I run the command.
I had that issue right after a fresh installation and so I reinstalled a few times and later used an online-installer which I booted from CD instead of USB. This worked fine and I was able to update without any error. So I thought that it was just a problem with the way I installed it (YUMI created the USB-device and I think that is not really supported). But now a few weeks later, I got the same issue.
The system hasn't been modified in any way, honestly, I haven't even used it for a while. The currently installed kernel is 4.6.4-301 and it tried to install 4.6.6.
Any ideas how to fix that or what I can check?
UPDATE: After reinstalling the system with a netinstall-image so that I start with the newest updates, it ran fine for some time. But now I got the same issues again (this time no kernel update, but same issue).
I noticed that I have some duplications by checking
Especially systemd hasn't been updated correctly so that I have two versions of it.
I tried to reinstall it with
sudo dnf reinstall systemd -y --allowerasing --best
but that did not work (as expected).