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Works for me.

BZ#1783527 rust-srpm-macros-12 is available
BZ#1783529 rust-packaging-12 is available

My chroots have all CCache enabled and it fails with:

Running transaction
  Preparing        :                                                                                       1/1 
  Running scriptlet: ccache-3.7.1-2.fc31.x86_64                                                            1/1 
error: failed to exec scriptlet interpreter /bin/sh: Permission denied
error: %prein(ccache-3.7.1-2.fc31.x86_64) scriptlet failed, exit status 127

Error in PREIN scriptlet in rpm package ccache
  Verifying        : ccache-3.7.1-2.fc31.x86_64                                                            1/1 


I've got failure with dnf, useradd and groupadd when installing packages in the chroot.

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@r3pec I'm not sure which package is required for h264, might be in RPMFusion too since Patents are a thing.

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Works perfectly.

Thanks for testing!

Caused by Will fix our service file accordingly.

Works fine.

Kernel works fine. It solves issues with previous one not mounting my second drive partitions.


Installed and tested in Mock. Works fine.


Tested and approved. Successful build of micro:

BZ#1695088 micro: FTBFS: cmd/internal/obj/arm64: assembling TSTW $1689262177517664, R3 fails

Found the bug for which I am responsible for.

Current code is assuming the user pass the option --mock-config. If none is specified the mock command in fails. I sent a PR upstream but in the meantime, as a workaround, pass the --mock-config option to fedora-review (all your reviews should be done on fedora Rawhide so --mock-config fedora-rawhide-x86_64).

-1 karma for now while we fix the thingie.

PR: Bug:

@bluepencil would you mind testing this update?

Seems the culprit is gcc: compiled with gcc-8.2.1-2 it works, with gcc-8.2.1-4 it doesn't.


I try to bisect the issue unsuccessfully, I'm not even sure the issue is Mesa… If I build locally 18.2.2-1, it fails too, whereas the Fedora package works. My conclusion is that a dependency used during the build was working when Fedora Mesa 18.2.2-1 was built on Oct 5 but that dependency was updated and 18.2.2 when built now with that updated dependency fails.