Updating fedora core
The repository and key can also be installed manually with the following script: There is a community maintained Arch User Repository (AUR) package for VS Code.
The package (64-bit) can also be manually downloaded and installed, however auto-updating won't work unless the repository above is installed.
There are many community containers already available, which can be found through a search.
The reason the first try with 'update' said nothing to do and the second with 'upgrade' found tons of updates is that you forced a refresh with --refresh.
These instructions are a simplified version of the corresponding information in the .
If you are not intimidated by the more complex instructions there, you may find it to be a better source of information for this procedure.
The first try probably was running off cached metadata that was old and so it found no updates.
The default for dnf is to automatically update the package information every 3 hours.
You need to use yum command to update and patch the system using RHN or Internet.
Fedora uses Security-Enhanced Linux by default, which implements a variety of security policies, including mandatory access controls, which Fedora adopted early on.