So, do you know why I'm here?
Let me to infor you: AFTER the last update my screen looks like a 950x600 on a fullhd monitor.
1) I though about an nvidia driver issue, then tried to launch the previous kernel 4.10 (instead of the last one, 4.11)
2) same results. Then in the terminal i tried "glxinfo -B" and discovered that instead of the nvidia driver I was on Gallium
3) Then I googled for a solution and found this: https://devtalk.nvidia.com/default/topic/996408/quadro-k620-on-fedora-25-unable-to-load-the-nvidia-drm-/?offset=10 At some point someone posted that a workaround is to put selinux in permissive mode
4) I tried and it works
5) From the same post I jump here just to discover that the issue with the nvidia driver was WELL KNOWN and beautifully ignored.
What was the purpose? Do you want so much a giant middle finger in your face?
"This update has been pushed to stable".... yes, from a bunch of idiots.
Mmm... again the package plasma-desktop-5.4.1-2.fc22 cannot be installed due to broken dependencies, in detail: Error: package plasma-desktop-5.4.1-2.fc22.x86_64 requires libKF5Baloo.so.1()(64bit), but none of the providers can be installed.
[valerio@valerio-casa ~]$ dnf provides libKF5Baloo.so.1 Last metadata expiration check performed 19 days, 0:20:18 ago on Wed Aug 26 00:53:18 2015. kf5-baloo-libs-5.9.0-1.fc22.i686 : Runtime libraries for kf5-baloo Repo : fedora kf5-baloo-libs-5.9.2-1.fc22.i686 : Runtime libraries for kf5-baloo Repo : updates
However I cannot install that package because: Error: cannot install both kf5-baloo-libs-5.9.2-1.fc22.x86_64 and kf5-baloo-libs-5.13.0-1.fc22.x86_64
If I try to remove the last of those, it pull out a lot of other packages. Any workaround or suggestions?
Plasma 5.4 works good in my F22. Just two notes: 1) I manually downloaded the package sddm-breeze because was not installed automatically. I discovered that when tried to modify the login screen settings. 2) plasma-pa was not automatically installed. I guess it was intentional (maybe some user of ALSA?), but I put it in the notes as well.