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@robatino thanks for the notice. You're right, the version in manifest.json is 1.22.0 still. It looks like upstream forgot to update it when releasing 1.22.2, which seems plausible given that it's an emergency fix release. I've just reported this upstream.

I will update noscript within the next few days.

Doesn't crash on startup like -2 did. Works for me.

Crashing upon start up here as well.

This is crashing for me as well.

Fixes the conflict for me, thanks.

BZ#1696118 /bin/oc conflicts with binary from the origin-clients package

Works for me on a Haswell laptop and a VM.

Works for me on a Haswell laptop and a VM.

karma

Sorry, this was broken in the previous update. This one is no worse that the previous one.

BZ#1697662 /etc/httpd/state: broken symbolic link to ../../var/lib/httpd/state (supplied by httpd-2.4.39-2.fc29.x86_64)
karma

Sorry, this was broken in the previous update. This one is no worse that the previous one.

karma

FWIW, this also fixes #1673416 (CVE-2019-3814), which is also not mentioned.

karma

New dependency on libsodium is not mentioned in the release notes. It looks like you forgot to add #1659785 to this update. Works for me, anyway.

Works for me on two machines (Haswell laptop and Ivy Bridge desktop).

karma

Works for me, no regressions noted.

@yisooan See: https://github.com/libming/libming/blob/master/configure.ac#L4 . It's a pre-release snapshot at this time and is versioned according to the versioning guidelines.

Actually, scratch that. It looks like dnf didn't install kernel-modules-4.20.11 and I haven't noticed. Sorry for the false alarm. All is fine.

It looks like nobody noticed that 4.20.11-200.fc29 is not shipping nouveau driver:

# rpm -ql kernel-modules-4.20.11|grep nouveau.ko
# rpm -ql kernel-modules-4.20.10|grep nouveau.ko
/lib/modules/4.20.10-200.fc29.x86_64/kernel/drivers/gpu/drm/nouveau/nouveau.ko.xz

A serious regression for me.