Works for me and this fixes the cursor being 90 degrees rotated on devices with a non upright (90 degree rotated) mounted panel. This also fixes the cursor hotspot being wrong inside virtual-machines.
This update breaks wifi for me too, same "missing credentials" error as andilinux. This is with a brcmfmac43241b4 card. I've filed a bug with logs here: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1656157
An update fixing gstreamer1-plugins-bad-free, which is the package which a bunch of others depends on is available here: FEDORA-2018-cfa159de56
I've rebuild of other (leaf) packages depending on soundtouch pending and I will create a separate update for those.
Ugh, I completely missed that this contained a soname bump. I'm going on vacation at the end of this week and I don't think I will have time to do the rebuilds this week.
Can you take care of this please?
And sorry for making a mess of this.
goodmirek, I've just tried and my vbox vm works fine using the vboxguest video driver which comes with the 413 kernel. Likely the problem is that you are using a vboxvideo.ko driver built from the sources coming with the vboxguest additions and those have not yet been patched to work with 4.13 (somewhat old guest-additions?) anyways kernel 4.13 comes with vboxvideo.ko as part of the mainline kernel itself and this is enabled in Fedora.
In grub at " 3" at the end of the kernel commandline to boot to textmode, then do:
rm /lib/modules/kernel-4.13.1-302.fc27/misc/vboxvideo.ko depmod -a 4.13.1-302.fc27
Then reboot and then things should work fine.
"Transaction check error: File libGLX_indirect.so.0 in conflict with package nvidia-driver-libs-2:378.13-3.fc25.x86_64"
Hmm that is an issue with the negativo17 pkgs I guess ? I coordinated this fix with the rpmfusion people, with Simone in the Cc. I'll ask Simone to fix his packages.
Ugh, sorry it seems that the selinux-policy update does not fix the ARM bug (typo in the new fcontext rule), see: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1419944
So sorry, looks like this needs to stay in testing a bit longer, hopefully not much longer ...