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wfm all tests pass

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BZ#1917684 CVE-2021-3156 sudo: Heap buffer overflow in argument parsing
BZ#1920611 sudo-1.9.5p2 is available
BZ#1920618 CVE-2021-3156 sudo: Heap buffer overflow in argument parsing [fedora-all]

works, all tests pass.

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wfm, still getting https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1913240 during update but doesn't impact usability of Kernel

karma

so I just read the readme (from pipewire-doc package) and it turns out the pulseaudio is an either/or plugin. either you choose to use pulseaudio or you choose to use pipewire, you can't do both and conflicts are expected from your packagemanager if you try. So you can ignore my previous comments around this matter I didn't understand this was expected behaviour.

downgrading zstd didn't resolve, will need to test further...

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.

karma

still seeing conflicts with pulseaudio, but all the other plugsins (alsa, gstreamer, etc) seems to be working fine

karma

works for me