A couple of openQA tests seem to be failing consistently on this update. The tests that fail are tests of Workstation live images built with this update included: we boot the live image and try to install from it and boot the installed system, the two tests are the same but one is UEFI and one BIOS.
What seems to be happening is that there's no window manager running in the booted live session. We get the 'Welcome' window with no chrome, then when the test clicks on the button to launch anaconda, we get it in a window about a quarter the size of the screen, at top left, also with no chrome, like this:
in the background you can see the 'GNOME didn't manage to start properly' screen. So this is clearly throwing off GNOME startup somehow.
I'll grab the live image that was built and throw it up somewhere for manual testing. @mcatanzaro for info
It isn't, no. RC 4 got 32.1.2-1.fc32.1, which 'corrected' the Supplements to Recommends, causing the animated packages to be pulled into the Workstation and MATE images...and that actually made the Workstation image go oversize. So we will do an RC 5 with 32.1.2-2.fc32, which drops the Recommends so there just aren't any soft deps at all any more; this will mean the images don't get the -animated packages any more, and Workstation should be under its size limit. I'm just rounding up other fixes needed for RC 5 before we run it.
OK, I've edited this update to the 32.1.2-1.fc32.1 build, which AFAICS fixes the Recommends but doesn't change much else. 32.1.2 seems identical to 32.1.1 upstream, not sure what's going on with that.
@luya please do not change the build in the update again, as I am going to pull this build into RC 4 and we then must keep it at the same version unless we respin again and change it. If we ship RC 4, we must push the exact version of every package it contains stable, so if an update is edited to include a different build in the meantime, that gives us a problem. Thanks!