This is just a quick note on how to switch to command line tty on Fedora Linux. This was tested on Fedora 31.
Today my system seemed frozen, so I wanted to switch to console tty, but none of the shortcuts seemed to work anymore. I used ALT+CTRL+F2 at first, that was what I remembered I had used before on other window systems.
In hindsight I guess it just was a combination of impatience and the system not reacting directly that nearly made me perform a hard switch off. So, to avoid this again, when using Fedora 31 with Gnome and Wayland, use the following:
|ALT + CTRL + F3 … ALT + CTRL + F6||Switch to console TTY3 .. TTY6|
|ALT + CTRL + F2||Switch to current window manager session|
|ALT + CTRL + F1||Switch to login screen / create new session (?)|
Note: have patience, i.e. wait a couple of seconds, the system might not react directly if a process hammers it.