On affected machines you'll messages like the following:

Sep 02 13:41:34 localhost.localdomain thermald[742]: 22 CPUID levels; family:model:stepping 0x6:8e:c (6:142:12)
Sep 02 13:41:34 localhost.localdomain thermald[742]: [/sys/devices/platform/thinkpad_acpi/dytc_lapmode] present: Thermald can't run on this platform
Sep 02 13:41:34 localhost.localdomain thermald[742]: Unsupported cpu model, use thermal-conf.xml file or run with --ignore-cpuid-check
Sep 02 13:41:34 localhost.localdomain thermald[742]: THD engine start failed
BZ#1874462 Kill switch for Lenovo laptops non-functional

Right … there was something; and unfortunately it is also needed on other machines to fix performance issues :-/

Would be nice if srinivas found a solution to your problem.

Note to testers, you may need to re-enroll prints with certain devices. On the plus side, the enrolled prints for those devices should be rendered useless, which is important as there was a high likelyhood of them causing false positives.

The primary test for this is to run "systemd --user" and check the gnome-launched-* units. Some of these will be from gnome-shell, but with this patch merged, you will see that all of them

There should always be some with this patch (for XDG autostart applications). Also, when running "systemd --user show UNIT" you will see that all of them have "" set.

Thanks, works great!

Note that the following python script can be used to test the new API:

#! /usr/bin/env python3

import os
import time
import sys

import gi
gi.require_version('GnomeDesktop', '3.0')
from gi.repository import GnomeDesktop, GLib

def cb(src, res):

pid = os.fork()
if pid:
  GnomeDesktop.start_systemd_scope("forked!myself?ä", pid, None, None, None, cb)

loop = GLib.MainLoop(GLib.main_context_default())

On systemd, you will get a new "gnome-launched-forked_myself_a-X.scope" with a python process that just hangs there for 100 seconds before quitting, while the main process quits immediately.

Works well for me. Also nice to have a layout indicator now.

BZ#825406 RFE: Encryption passphrase prompt should probably tell the user if CAPSLOCK is on
BZ#1746563 g-i-s fails to run after Workstation and Silverblue installs, even with SELinux permissive or disabled

That warning generally happens when video encoding takes too long for some frames.


Thanks, this fixes the regression I had after installing 0.2.6!

I have tested this on multiple machines at this point. There appear to be some upstream issues though:

BZ#1582506 thermald-1.8 is available

Fixes the epiphany issue for me (X1 Carbon 4th Gen).

BZ#1646150 mesa 18.2.3 update breaks accelerated compositing in WebKitGTK+, many webpages fail to display
BZ#1631002 gnome-control-center stuck and starts consume memory abnormally if I try to change the background or lock screen image.

Same, also hit #1631970 and it is fixed by updating manually.

BZ#1631970 openssh host identification changed - without actually changing
User Icon benzea commented & provided feedback on bolt-0.3-1.fc28 2 years ago

Works fine here, tested on a T480.