For those interested in testing this: open Boxes, click "+" and select "Create a Virtual Machine...".
In tracker3-3.0.2-2 you'd get an instant crash. With this update it works as expected. This requires restarting the user session (log out).
@kleinkravis could you please elaborate on the issue you faced?
Nothing major has changed from 3.38.0 to 3.38.1, so this could be a longstanding issue that I am not aware of. I successfully installed Fedora 32 and RHEL 8.2 with this update with no issues.
I have seen Boxes (libvirt) shutdown a VM silently when there's no space left on the device. Could it be your case?
Could you please run Boxes from the command-line with $ G_MESSAGES_DEBUG=all gnome-boxes and share the results after the issue is reproduced?
After commenting out
default_sysctls = ... from /usr/share/containers/containers.conf I was able to test and verify that this update works. I was pointed out to https://github.com/containers/podman/issues/7766
I am able to run x11 applications again! Ctrl + P also works as expected. /media is present, same for udev database.
@itrymybest80 yes, since GNOME applications are embracing sandboxing with Flatpak, they no longer will have APIs for filling these "Open with..." lists. They should launch the ~out of process~ app chooser, where the user's app don't get leaked into the app. We are carrying this patch in eog because we build the eog fedora flatpak from this rpm too.
Works and fixes #1666320.