@hreindl: You reported the issue. I responded by acknowledging it and saying it would be fixed.
Continuing to be rude and disrespectful to other members of the Fedora community yet again is not productive or helpful. Please discontinue this behavior.
@hreindl: The personal attacks aren't necessary. I did my testing on F29 and didn't realize there was an issue on F28. That's kind of what u-t is for: catching such issues before they get out in the wild.
The problem here is actually on the DNF side;
python3-dnf on Fedora 28 has
Requires: libmodulemd >= 1.3.0 instead of
Requires: libmodulemd1 or, better,
libmodulemd1 set of subpackages is meant to maintain compatibility with the old API (which was bad). We need to get an update to python3-dnf into this bodhi update that pulls in the correct libmodulemd.
pinging @jmracek for assistance.
It includes everything that is fixed by 6.15.0 in Node.js. The OpenSSL-related ones are fixed by that package, as we link to the system copy rather than using the bundled version. I have it on my TODO list to process through the open CVE bugs and make sure they're closed appropriately, I just have been backlogged lately.
This is completely broken. D-BUS does not start at all on a fresh installation if this package is installed. I downloaded https://dl.fedoraproject.org/pub/fedora/linux/development/29/Server/x86_64/iso/Fedora-Server-netinst-x86_64-29-20181021.n.0.iso and (due to another bug causing updates-testing to be enabled on netinstall installations), ended up with this package. The resulting system was unusable, as the lack of D-BUS also meant a lack of NetworkManager.
Hmm, apparently marking +1 on "Does the system's basic functionality continue to work after this update?" and -1 on "Is the update generally functional?" seems to neutralize one another.
This issue fixes displaying the Cockpit admin console upon ssh login, but it breaks the presentation of the admin console on the non-graphical console login page. See BZ: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1631376
As this introduces a regression, I'm marking -1 karma.
It does seem to fix the "geoclue" issue, though.
When updating both packages, the system works just fine.
However, I'd recommend that mozjs60 should be rebuilt to include a "Conflicts: gjs < 1.54-3" to ensure that both packages are updated together (just in case someone does as I did the first time and tried to selectively update gjs to see if it fixed an issue I was having).
I pulled this update in to see if it would fix a random crash I'm seeing in GNOME Shell that seems to be coming from mozjs60. Unfortunately, with this installed I cannot log in to GNOME at all. It either kicks me back to the login screen or hangs forever post-login without presenting the desktop.