@carlwgeorge thanks for the report, however none of the stack traces in your paste contain anything related to mkvtoolnix. Also, mkvtoolnix can't possibly be able to crash gnome-shell directly. I think it just exposed a bug in either gnome-shell or one of the drivers. Please report the crash via abrt (System Tools -> Problem Reporting) if possible. Does it happen only under Wayland or under Xorg as well? Does it happen with any other desktop environment?

With this update, opening an mkv file crashes gnome-shell. Reverting back to mkvtoolnix-gui-28.2.0-1.fc29.x86_64 resolves the issue.


With this package and heimdal-libs-7.5.0-3.fc28.x86_64, ICAClient- works.

Thank you for the feedback. Most certainly your crash is not related to libidn.

But to be honest I wonder if this has anything to do with libidn crashes in the same way as if I take libidn from f28.

0 0x00007ffff7053915 in __strlen_avx2 () from /lib64/

1 0x00007ffff665c688 in ?? () from /lib64/

2 0x00007fffe3baa058 in doSslHandshake_internal () from /opt/Citrix/ICAClient//

3 0x00007fffe3ba9de9 in doClientHandshake () from /opt/Citrix/ICAClient//

4 0x00007fffe3b71d44 in ?? () from /opt/Citrix/ICAClient//

5 0x00007fffe3b7277e in ?? () from /opt/Citrix/ICAClient//

6 0x00000000005a4cf3 in ?? ()

7 0x00007fffe3b84259 in IPSTACKconnect () from /opt/Citrix/ICAClient//

8 0x00000000004faafa in ?? ()

9 0x00000000004f8f6d in ?? ()

10 0x00007fffe86827fd in ?? () from /opt/Citrix/ICAClient/PDCRYPT1.DLL

11 0x00000000004e7425 in Wd_ConnectStream ()

12 0x0000000000540314 in NCSbind ()

13 0x0000000000499bc9 in ?? ()

14 0x00007ffff71b148a in ?? () from /lib64/

15 0x00007ffff712158e in start_thread () from /lib64/

16 0x00007ffff6fef593 in clone () from /lib64/

BZ#1647254 Review Request: libidn1.34 - Internationalized Domain Name support library

@jgu did it work in 27.0.0 or any previous version? Otherwise it's not a regression but a new bug and not a reason to hold this update.


This doesn't seem to work for me:

$ /usr/bin/mkvmerge --output /home/username/Videos/VTS_01_1.mkv --language 0:und --language 1:und '(' /run/media/username/NLATP/VIDEO_TS/VTS_01_1.VOB /run/media/username/NLATP/VIDEO_TS/VTS_01_2.VOB /run/media/username/NLATP/VIDEO_TS/VTS_01_3.VOB ')' --track-order 0:0,0:1 mkvmerge v28.2.0 ('The Awakening') 64-bit '/run/media/username/NLATP/VIDEO_TS/VTS_01_1.VOB': Using the demultiplexer for the format 'MPEG program stream'. '/run/media/username/NLATP/VIDEO_TS/VTS_01_1.VOB': Processing the following files as well: "VTS_01_2.VOB", "VTS_01_3.VOB" Warning: '/run/media/username/NLATP/VIDEO_TS/VTS_01_1.VOB': A track with the ID 0 was requested but not found in the file. The corresponding option will be ignored. Warning: '/run/media/username/NLATP/VIDEO_TS/VTS_01_1.VOB': A track with the ID 1 was requested but not found in the file. The corresponding option will be ignored.




works for me


Works great! LGTM! =)


works for me


no regressions noted

BZ#1636462 mkvtoolnix-27.0.0 is available


@avij you're right, sorry about that. I forgot to do what @slaanesh just did (thank you!).

Added libebml and libmatroska to the update.

BZ#1636462 mkvtoolnix-27.0.0 is available

The update requires package versions that are currently not available in EPEL, thus this update is uninstallable. libmatroska(x86-64) >= 0:1.4.8 and libebml(x86-64) >= 0:1.3.5 are not available in EPEL.

After explicitly re-adding an exception for file: works normally.

BZ#1629661 mozilla-noscript- is available