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Here's the bug report:

Same problem here. Some mails in Thunderbird look different, too

this afaics breaks mesa-va-drivers-freeworld from RPM Fusion:

Cannot find target for triple amdgcn-- Unable to find target for this triple (no targets are registered)

A rebuild will likely fix this, but the timing of the update due to the freeze for Fedora 38 makes things complicated, as this package now has to be updated in parallel to not break things for users – and that is impossible to ensure with dnf without at least temporarily causing broken deps for some users. Hence allow me to ask:

is this really a worth updating in Fedora 38? Couldn't this have been done earlier? Or not at all?

Or is a freeze exception planed for this update? That would make things a lot easier.

User Icon thl commented & provided feedback on mesa-20.3.3-3.fc33 3 years ago

Thx for fixing the pidgin issue!

BZ#1912159 pidgin crashes with mesa-vulkan-drivers-20.3.2-1.fc33.x65_64

Thx for taking care of this. Did a quick test, worked fine with podman-2.0.5, including sudo; and yes, the warning is still there, as you mentioned in

BZ#1867829 sudo(8) inside toolbox containers asks for a password with Podman 2.0.5
User Icon thl commented & provided feedback on podman-2.0.5-1.fc32 3 years ago

TWIMC, seems this update broke toolbox partly for me, as a sudo there suddenly started asking for an password; downgrading to 2.0.4 fixed this for me.


Sorry, I should have looked more closely, it's not toolbox or this update at fault, looks like it was a podman update from 2.0.4 to 2.0.5 that broke things


Toolbox worked fine for me yesterday, but today after installing this update it suddenly asks for a password when running commands with sudo (there is also a warning "/usr/bin/id: cannot find name for group ID 1000" that is new iirc). Downgrading to 0.0.93 did not help :-/

Suddenly seeing High CPU load, too. Downgrading doesn't help, so I maybe it is something external. Opening the "options" in Libreoffice helps. Others see it too:

BZ#1413306 Pointer speed on some Dell laptops (XPS 13, Precision 5510...) too slow with recent libinput (inc. 1.6)

I see the same problem as MatMaul mentions in the comments on "The max speed too slow for me. While it was ok before with the gnome setting at around 80%, I am now struggling even at 100%." Device is a Dell XPS13 DE (9360), dmesg says "[ 1.851321] psmouse serio1: synaptics: Touchpad model: 1, fw: 8.2, id: 0x1e2a1, caps: 0xf00323/0x840300/0x12e800/0x0, board id: 3038, fw id: 2375007"

Forgot what I said. Yes, CentOS 7.3 is about to get released and krb5 jumps from 1.13 to 1.14 with it; but this update requires 1.14.3, but centos and rhel 7.3 only provide 1.14.1, as orion already mentioned.