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I have ds2490 usb to 1-wire and two ds1820 (w1_therm) and it looks like there is a problem. It detects only one sensor and gets stuck on it. Where is no w1_slave in /sys can't read temperature and cannot remove w1_therm module.

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BZ#1827937 Cpufreq applet is not running. Missing symbol.
BZ#1815109 Calendar (Lightning) not localized after upgrading to seamonkey-2.53
karma

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BZ#1803356 New version available
karma

Works well.

I have tried to rebuild package by myself but it stops when signing

"+ /usr/bin/pesign -t 'OpenSC Card (Fedora Signer)' -c 'Red Hat Test Certificate' --certdir /etc/pki/pesign-rh-test -i arch/x86/boot/bzImage -o vmlinuz.signed -s

could not find token "OpenSC Card (Fedora Signer)" pesign: Could not find certificate Red Hat Test Certificate"

old kernel (5.4.19) works

"+ /usr/bin/pesign -c 'Red Hat Test Certificate' --certdir /etc/pki/pesign-rh-test -i arch/x86/boot/bzImage -o vmlinuz.signed -s"

karma

Works fine

BZ#1803356 New version available

I don't know why but mate-cpufreq-applet has stopped working, always show 0MHz. On kernel-5.4.18-200.fc31.x86_64 it works fine. It's really strange. I can read manually current frequency. [pawel@corsair ~]$ cat /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/scaling_cur_freq 2142011

BZ#1704312 Review Request: intel-undervolt - Intel CPU undervolting and throttling configuration tool

@churchyard no, I've had problems before. I am familiar with mock, but it worries me that building the package doesn't work with rpmbuild.

I have tried to compile the package by myself (rpmbuild ) but it ends with errors: 6 tests failed: test_exceptions test_gc test_io test_site test_traceback test_warnings

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BZ#1770299 New version available

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BZ#1697612 mariadb-connector-c-3.1.1 is available
BZ#1722207 mariadb-connector-c-3.1.2 is available
karma

Everything is OK

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