quick note re:
Scriptlet output: 1 sort: fflush failed: 'standard output': Broken pipe 2 sort: write error 3 4 gzip: stdout: Broken pipe 5 6 gzip: stdout: Broken pipe 7 sort: write failed: 'standard output': Broken pipe 8 sort: write error
I only started getting these since the last set of updates and it's possible this is related to the zstd update rather than the kernel. I am going to test downgrading zstd and libzstd and seeing if this resolves the issue.
Got the following errors logged to the journal for this update:
'front:0': capture open failed: Device or resource busy adapter 0x556f560de570: can't get format: Device or resource busy can't create node: Device or resource busy core 0x563fbdd92fb0: proxy 0x563fbdec7400 id:47: bound:-1 seq:164 res:-16 (Device or resource busy) msg:"can't create node: Device or resource busy" error id:47 seq:164 res:-16 (Device or resource busy): can't create node: Device or resource busy core 0x563fbdd92fb0: proxy 0x563fbdd92fb0 id:0: bound:-1 seq:178 res:-22 (Invalid argument) msg:"unknown resource 47 op:3" error id:0 seq:178 res:-22 (Invalid argument): unknown resource 47 op:3
Noted that my sound devices kept disconnecting and reconnecting
This update fixed a problem I had with flatpak 1.8.2 in a vanilla KDE install of F33. I was getting 'revokefs-fuse: remote peer disconnected' but updating to 1.8.3 has resolved this and also the progress bar not loading properly when updating.
I experienced a crash on this update while in a Google Meet meeting, and playing youtube videos at the same time. Not sure if it's due to the acceleration changes and I have no crash report for it, but the whole browser exited