SDL_VIDEODRIVER=wayland stopped working with this update: No available video device.

The problem on my end was obs-studio blocking the Qt update. After uninstalling obs-studio and updating, keepassxc works fine.

On Fedora 36 keepassxc requires Qt 5.15.5, found Qt 5.15.3.


Apparently I had indeed modified the 50-alsa-config.lua at some point. Reverting this change made it functional.


No sound over UAC1 DAC.

The only device available is called "Dummy Output".

wireplumber-0.4.9-1.fc36.x86_64 works fine.

User Icon zeno commented & provided feedback on nmap-7.92-2.fc36 9 months ago

Breaks all kinds of use cases for ncat.

User Icon zeno commented & provided feedback on fish-3.3.0-1.fc34 a year ago

Dies after space is pressed on the prompt with:

error: ../src/reader.cpp:3837: failed assertion: should have been handled by inputter_t:readch

fish-3.2.1-2 works fine.

BZ#1953136 there is no sound when logging in right after logout
BZ#1954504 No sound after logout/login with own userid
BZ#1959568 after fast log out/in audio devices not recognized
BZ#1960890 After Logging out/crashing gnome-shell, and logging back in, sound is broken
BZ#1960954 After upgrade pipewire from 0.3.25-2.fc35 to 0.3.26-1.fc35 version all audio devices start disappeared after relogin to gnome-session
BZ#1956466 syncthing-1.16.1 is available
BZ#1903145 avc: denied { create } for pid=44744 comm="chronyc" name="chronyc.44744.sock"
BZ#1944694 SELinux is preventing gdm from 'getattr' accesses on the file /run/gdm/custom.conf.

While the previous release worked fine, upgrading to this leaves me without audio interfaces (UAC1) shown in Gnome after booting, so sound does not work until manually restarting pipewire via systemctl --user restart pipewire.service or downgrading.


Same extension issue here when running the Wayland version with enabled WebRender. OpenGL works fine.

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