I tested this with Bodhi's Vagrant guest VM (x86_64) and didn't notice any problems.
I tested this in a VM and didn't notice any problemas.
Seems to work OK on my laptop.
My Nextcloud server seems to function with this update installed.
I installed this on my hypervisor and things still seem to be hypervised…
Seems to work.
Seems to work in Bodhi's development environment, which uses docker to run CI tests.
I tested this on an Intel machine and it seems to work OK there.
I tested this on my NextCloud server and things seem to work as expected.
Seems to work on my kvm host.
I don't have a way to test this, but I reviewed the patch as well and it seems sane:
Seems to work for me in a Fedora Workstation VM.
Works for me.
I tested this with my Ampache server and it seems to work.
Seems to work on my Bodhi development box.
@hreindl FWIW, there is a ticket about porting it to Python 3, and /usr/bin/bodhi-client uses Python 3 on Fedora 29+ (but not on Fedora 28, which this update is for).
Seems to work well with Nextcloud.
Seems to work on my Nextcloud server.
I can still log in to my web server with this update.
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