This appears to have fixed BZ #1518401 for me. Thanks!

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I've tested that this works and fixes BZ #1507213

BZ#1507213 Cockpit not displaying "Fedora Server Edition" on login page of Modular Server

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[sgallagh@sgallaghp50:nodejs (master)]$ fedpkg -v -d new-sources  node-v8.8.1-stripped.tar.gz 
Creating repo object from /home/sgallagh/workspace/fedora/nodejs
Status: 404 Not Found
Content-type: text/plain

Module "rpms/nodejs" does not exist!
Could not execute new_sources: Error checking for node-v8.8.1-stripped.tar.gz at
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/usr/bin/fedpkg", line 11, in <module>
    load_entry_point('fedpkg==1.30', 'console_scripts', 'fedpkg')()
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/fedpkg/", line 77, in main
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/pyrpkg/", line 1585, in new_sources
    self.cmd.upload(self.args.files, replace=self.args.replace)
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/pyrpkg/", line 2429, in upload
    f, file_hash)
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/pyrpkg/", line 296, in upload
    if self.remote_file_exists(name, filename, hash):
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/pyrpkg/", line 275, in remote_file_exists
    % (filename, self.upload_url))
pyrpkg.errors.UploadError: Error checking for node-v8.8.1-stripped.tar.gz at

Cannot run fedpkg new-sources successfully:

$ fedpkg new-sources node-v8.8.1-stripped.tar.gz
Could not execute new_sources: Error checking for node-v8.8.1-stripped.tar.gz at

Works fine when I downgrade back to the versions in the stable repo.

I fixed the djblets build so that it builds properly with python-django16 and python-django-pipeline 1.3.27 in the buildroot. Please re-test.

Updated cleanly on my GNOME 3 Fedora Workstation F27 Beta system. And it looks nice, too!

Your guess about RHEL would be completely wrong, as was stated in the description.

The reason not to give negative karma here for this reason is because it is not a problem with this package. The issues are external. This will work as soon as CentOS catches up. Which, I will point out, it has now done in the CR repository:

See for the individual packages.

I will update the description.

Works for me with ReviewBoard.

BZ#1475536 Review Request: python-pygments2 - Syntax highlighting engine written in Python

This fixes the issues I have been seeing on ARMv7

BZ#1466017 valgrind reports errors for all applications linked with on ARM

Thanks for catching that; I built python-flake8 for EPEL 6 as a build-dependency of python-tqdm but forgot to include it in this errata. Fixed.

@dcoshea Thanks, I have now packaged python-tqdm for EPEL 6 and attached it to this update errata. Please retest.


Fixes #1460825 for me.

BZ#1460825 [abrt] PackageKit: pk_backend_refresh_cache_thread(): packagekitd killed by signal 11

Working for me

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@msuchy yes, I realized that and modified our scripts to pass config_opts['use_bootstrap_container'] = False, but it is still a change in expected behavior. If nothing else, it should probably fall back to using the non-bootstrap version if the packages needed for bootstrap are not present.


This version of mock attempts to enforce the presence of dnf dnf-plugins-core distribution-gpg-keys in the chroot, which breaks builds of minimized environments (such as those using only microdnf). Version 1.3.4 worked properly.


This resolves the issues I was seeing with enrolling with Active Directory. I also confirmed that this does not regress enrollment with FreeIPA.

BZ#1445017 After enrolling in an AD domain with realmd, no responders are started

Correction to my note above, I had reported the upstream bug rather than the downstream bug.

BZ#1444669 [abrt] gnome-software: gs_page_reload(): gnome-software killed by SIGABRT