Well, I tried to install F34 from Live and make sure if I have the latest packages installed. then, I ran fc-cat /usr/local/share/fonts. I can see the assertion happened. After confirming the problem, I followed the above steps of the dnf command to install the updating package. then, tried it again. no assertions.
So I confirmed the issue was fixed by updates. please make sure again if you have fontconfig-2.13.94-5.fc34 installed. thanks.
That sounds like there are some cache files causing this. this assertion means there is some memory leaks. the assertion shouldn't be happened. please add some information on that bug. We need to investigate the problem. please try to figure out which the fonts directory fc-cat asserts. you can try fc-cat /usr/share/fonts say. if it fails, try to dig it down such as fc-cat /usr/share/fonts/blahblahblah. if no assertion happens, it may fails at /usr/share/X11/fonts/Type1, /usr/share/X11/fonts/TTF, /usr/local/share/fonts, ~/.fonts, and/or ~/.local/share/fonts.
Thank you for your help.
Thanks. yes, the input source selector at the panel appears on the above iso and works well. the basic test on ibus looks good to me.
$ rpm -q ibus gnome-shell ibus-1.5.22-4.fc32.x86_64 gnome-shell-3.36.0-3.fc32.x86_64
Assigning one typeface to multiple aliases is basically wrong. particularly sans-serif and serif is different one. apparently Waree font looks like sans-serif. we should have different one for serif.