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Cannot submit qt6-qttools ('0', '6.1.0', '3.fc34') to testing since it is older than ('0', '6.1.1', '1.fc34')

qt6-qttools still needs to be rebuilt in the side tag for this update, otherwise it can't even be pushed to testing.

Now there's an issue with qt6-qttools:

Cannot submit qt6-qttools ('0', '6.1.0', '3.fc34') to testing since it is older than ('0', '6.1.1', '1.fc34')

At this point, I think it would be easier to create a new update ...

Still good :shrug:

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Looks like this can't be pushed to stable because of a versioning snafu in lldb ... new version 12.0.0-1.fc34 sorts lower than old version 12.0.0-1.rc1.fc34, so probably lldb needs a Release bump to -2 and another rebuild?

Works fine. Default and performance regression tests also pass on all my systems:

  • Ryzen 5800X on ASUS ROG X570-E with NVidia GTX 1070 running negativo17 drivers
  • dell XPS 13 9370 (Intel Core i7 8550U / UHD Graphics 620)

Still good.

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karma

Works fine. Default and performance regression tests also pass on all my systems:

  • Ryzen 5800X on ASUS ROG X570-E with NVidia GTX 1070 running negativo17 drivers
  • dell XPS 13 9370 (Intel Core i7 8550U / UHD Graphics 620)

No problems encountered. Also fixes Rust codegen issues on aarch64 when compiling doctests.

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Thanks! This unblocks my work packaging async-std for f34.

Works fine. Default and performance regression tests also pass on all my systems:

  • Ryzen 5800X on ASUS ROG X570-E with NVidia GTX 1070 running negativo17 drivers
  • dell XPS 13 9370 (Intel Core i7 8550U / UHD Graphics 620)

Works fine without problems for over a week.

This update should have been obsoleted by: FEDORA-2021-6b01add75e

But since it wasn't, I'm unpushing manually.

After installing this update, my XPS 13 won't boot unless I disable secure boot. Looks like it's the same issue @adamwill has.

User Icon decathorpe commented & provided feedback on shim-15.4-1 a year ago
karma

I'm getting this error with Secure Boot enabled on a Dell XPS 13 9370:

Bootloader has not verified loaded image.
System is compromised. halting

While sounding scary, it looks like this is a bug, and fixed by @adamwill 's pull request?

Still, this update makes my system not boot unless I disable secure boot, which kinda defeats the purpose of a security update.

This update has been unpushed.

Well, since this update is obviously broken, I'll unpush it, and it can be fixed later (if at all - SONAME bumps in stable releases are strongly discouraged, after all). Keeping the broken packages around in the updates-testing repos is not really nice.

This stuck update breaks upgrade path (f34 has 1.40, f33 has 1.41).

Looks good to me now (with the exception of missing aom-sys rebuild, which I added).

BZ#1917818 rust-dav1d-sys-0.3.3 is available
BZ#1923131 rust-bindgen-0.57.0 is available
karma

This update bumps soname and makes all dependent packages (including everything that uses graphviz and / or doxygen at build time) fail to install.