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Works and fixes https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1627963 for my Kensington Wireless Expert Mouse

BZ#1627963 kernel 4.18.5-200 breaks some mice

Found an issue with the hawkey update. Seems that it depends on new features in the libsolv update but the dependencies aren't strict enough to pull it in. So if you install f24 and then update just hawkey the needed libsolv update is not pulled in. Output of running this in an F24 container that shows the issue: https://gist.github.com/abadger/94ef27df1039fe7cf1d0d82ea14b060a

Updating libsolv prior to updating hawkey (in that Dockerfile, hawkey is updated as a dep of python2-dnf) prevents the issue from happening.

Those rpmlint errors look pretty major. I'm revoking until I can figure out why alternatives is messing up so badly.

Oops, someone discovered this morning that the 0.13.1 release breaks python-sphinx: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1378071#c25 I'll update sphinx from 1.4.x to 1.5.x to fix that.

Since this is now using environment modules rather than alternatives, switching between packages can now be done without root permissions. Use the module swap command to switch between the two packages. For instance::

Switch to the python2 version

$ module swap python-sphinx/python2-sphinx

Switch back to the python3 version

$ module swap python-sphinx/python3-sphinx

karma

Confirm 3.0.1.1-1.fc25 fixes the dependency issue. Was able to install and use this on FC25.

Python3 subpackage was broken by this update. It removed the line in the spec file that removed the execute bit on the files in the examples directory. I'm building a new update for f24 and rawhide to restore that line.

Note: This package is going to sit in testing for quite a while as this is a .0 release and upstream will be making new releases to fix bugs and polish the release. Very likely, this specific version will not make it out of the updates-testing repository.

This update has been unpushed

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Tested on RHEL-6.1 by running the python-kitchen unittests. Checked with the RHEL python-nose package both installed and uninstalled.

This update has been unpushed

karma

Thanks for reporting. I'll get it blocked and removed from the repository. Miscommunication on my part lead me to branch it without having PyQt4 available in EPEL-5.

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