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Please file a bug upstream. This is not a proper bug tracking system.

@radical I suggest to try a fresh WINEPREFIX. If that doesn't help please file a bug upstream against wine-staging. Thanks.

I am unable to reproduce an error with wordpad. It runs here. Please try a fresh WINEPREFIX.

$ WINEPREFIX=~/fresh wine /usr/lib64/wine/x86_64-windows/wordpad.exe

@quppa, thanks. A 7.10 update is now being pushed for F35+.

I can't reproduce it, @itrymybest80. Have you tried with a clean wine prefix? WINEPREFIX=~/test wine wordpad

karma

It works. Thanks. However, the extra libraries like jmespath or pyvmomi are not available in RHEL/EPEL for Python 3.8 so pip installs are required.

Fixes the subinterpreter bugs. Thanks!

BZ#2030621 Python 3.10 ignores rewritten __init__() in subinterpreters
BZ#2034962 Regression: Broken subinterpreters affects Kodi and YouTube addon and others

@bynt, the bug report CVEs are for MediaWiki extensions that are not shipped as part of our package.

Example: CVE-2021-45474 is against the 'FileImporter' extension.

CVE-2021-45472 and CVE-2021-45473 - are against the 'Wikibase' extension.

CVE-2021-45471 is against the 'EntitySchema' extension.

FYI there is a nasty bug in 3.10.1.

https://bugs.python.org/issue46070

Breaks Kodi with the YouTube add-on. The only workaround is to downgrade to 3.10.0 or uninstall the YouTube addon.

Please file a bug upstream. Thanks.

@nucleo, could you explain why you left negative karma?

BZ#1437893 python-speedtest-cli-2.1.3 is available
BZ#1947270 [abrt] speedtest-cli: get_config(): speedtest.py:1172:get_config:ValueError: invalid literal for int() with base 10: ''
BZ#1437893 python-speedtest-cli-2.1.3 is available
BZ#1947270 [abrt] speedtest-cli: get_config(): speedtest.py:1172:get_config:ValueError: invalid literal for int() with base 10: ''

@hxunbanned It is not appropriate to place negative karma on every update. It is also not appropriate to place negative karma on updates that have minor regressions. Please adhere to the feedback guidelines when submitting karma. https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/QA:Update_feedback_guidelines

Yes, it is an optional feature, and it has been added as a weak dependency. Remove or block it if you don't want it.

Compiles and runs Jellyfin as expected.

karma

Thanks for fixing bz 1892006.

BZ#1892006 Not accepting v1.0 config format in F33+
karma

No regressions seen on Vega 11 / Ryzen 3400G.

karma

Upgraded from 19.0.5. No regressions seen.