Seems to be missing a runtime dep:
ImportError: No module named configparser
python2-configparser needed in Requires
https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1439890 still persists. Not giving negative karma here, but can you please take a look and and reassign it to the kernel if that's where it is? It was filed against the kernel but the kernel folks have reassigned it to this driver.
The bug was filed against the kernel and the kernel team reassigned it to this package. I'm relying on the developers here to correctly ascertain where the bug is since I don't have the required technical know how to do it myself - all I have observed is that with the F26 kernels the system does NOT boot. Can you please take a look at the bug? I'm more than happy to help debug the issue in whatever way you'd require.
Does not boot correctly with the F26 kernels. F25 kernels work fine. Please see the bug here: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1439890
Dell Vostro 3400 here. More hardware info provided in the bug.