Works for me
Finding out issues like this is what the testing stage is for. I assume it's just a matter of upping the "allowed maximum Bodhi version" in fedpkg, though I can't say why this hard lock exists (without a corresponding package version conflict) > in the first place.
To an extent, but you're not suppose to push something without ANY testing - and fedpkg is an important dependency - and this issue is exposed quite easily. In fact, this issue was first reported 3 days ago - almost immediately after the change was pushed. If you don't want to respond to messages over the weekend, then you should push your changes on a Monday.
I'm receiving the same message and opened a bug here:
Could not execute update: This system has bodhi v5, which is unsupported.
Major fail. You need to immediate rollback this update or get it to work with the current processes.
Yes, I believe that was installed 20 days ago and I left positive karma. The problem I mentioned above occurred with this update and I backed out. I did notice however that the following failed (as others mentioned above):
Skipping packages with conflicts: (add '--best --allowerasing' to command line to force their upgrade): plasma-systemsettings i686 5.17.3-1.fc31 updates-testing 359 k plasma-systemsettings x86_64 5.17.3-1.fc31 updates-testing 349 k Skipping packages with broken dependencies: plasma-desktop x86_64 5.17.3-1.fc31 updates-testing 5.3 M
I didn't force their upgrade by --best --allowerasing. I thought it best to wait until the issue was corrected.
When trying to login to plasma from sddm userid and password not accepted. Am able to login fine to GNOME. By process of elimination found that kscreenlocker was causing the issue. Had to downgrade kscreenlocker to be able to login.
Update will not install:
Error: Transaction test error: file /usr/lib64/libeststring.so.1.2 from install of speech-tools-libs-2.5-7.fc30.x86_64 conflicts with file from package festival-speechtools-libs-1.2.96-39.fc29.x86_64