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karma

Works on a couple x86_64 machines. Bugs #1083853, #1263354 still present, but not regressions.

Just an FYI, this is emitted during the upgrade:

Failed to execute operation: File exists warning: %triggerun(rpcbind-0.2.3-0.2.fc23.x86_64) scriptlet failed, exit status 1 Failed to execute operation: File exists warning: %triggerun(rpcbind-0.2.3-0.2.fc23.x86_64) scriptlet failed, exit status 1 Failed to execute operation: File exists warning: %triggerun(rpcbind-0.2.3-0.4.fc23.x86_64) scriptlet failed, exit status 1

karma

Works here (chroot, x86_64).

BZ#1277820 bind doesn't start to due wrong systemd startup script
karma

Works here (krb5/ldap and AD).

karma

Bug #1255577 seems fixed. Bug #1083853 still present, but not a regression. Works on a couple of x86_64 machines and i686.

karma

Works for me (krb5/ldap, AD).

@jforbes: Never seen this bug (#1083853) on any of my hardware before, so it is a regression from my perspective.

karma

See bug #1083853.

Actually, I'm wrong about systems being broken. I see that there is a requires in this package for sqlite >= 3.8.11, so it just won't install for most people (i.e. dnf will refuse to do it).

I think this is an example of how not to push important updates. This build of FF may reach stable before sqlite it requires reaches testing. A recipe for breaking a lot of systems. Shouldn't these two be going together?

karma

Seems to work (x86_64, i686). Bug #1255577 still there, but not a regression.

karma

Seems to be working fine (x86_64, i686).

Works here (server, laptop, VM workstation).

karma

Seems to work here (x86_64, i686). The crackling of speakers on boot is still there on T450s, but not a regression.

karma

Works here (krb5/ldap and AD).

karma

Works here (x86_64: LDAP/Krb5, i686: AD).

BZ#1260033 sssd-common dependency issues
karma

Works and bug #1260159 is fixed for me.

BZ#1260159 Languages in menu shown as "unknown"
karma

Can still connect to ICS (i686).

karma

Seems to work behind xrdp (i686).

The 1.0.6-2 works for me (server, laptop, VM desktop).