Update to 22.1.2
sudo dnf upgrade --refresh --advisory=FEDORA-2022-bfa1449ae9
This update has been submitted for testing by pwalter.
This update's test gating status has been changed to 'waiting'.
This update has been pushed to testing.
This update's test gating status has been changed to 'passed'.
This update can be pushed to stable now if the maintainer wishes
Works, however it seems this PR:
still doesn't work for this release, because mesa-vulkan-drivers-22.1.1-1.fc36.i686 is still missing
Confirming what @nadrolinux said, the i686 package is missing again.
I installed "mesa-vulkan-drivers-22.1.2-1.fc36.i686 " by removing wine and all "i686" dependencies. The "mesa-vulkan-drivers-22.1.2-1.fc36.i686 " update was successfully completed.
Using sudo dnf upgrade, I ran into this
sudo dnf upgrade
Problem: mesa-vulkan-drivers-22.1.1-1.fc36.i686 has inferior architecture
- cannot install both mesa-vulkan-drivers-22.1.2-1.fc36.x86_64 and mesa-vulkan-drivers-22.1.1-1.fc36.x86_64
- cannot install the best update candidate for package mesa-vulkan-drivers-22.1.1-1.fc36.i686
- cannot install the best update candidate for package mesa-vulkan-drivers-22.1.1-1.fc36.x86_64
Downloading the x86_64 and i686 using
bodhi updates download --updateid=FEDORA-2022-bfa1449ae9 --arch i686
bodhi updates download --updateid=FEDORA-2022-bfa1449ae9
and updating manually worked fine though.
Bodhi is disabling automatic push to stable due to negative karma. The maintainer may push manually if they determine that the issue is not severe.
No wine, no problem ;)
works for me
as @imabug mentioned correctly, the same bug is present as the version before this one.
works without issues on my Thinkpad P1 gen3
The i686 problem is not a problem in mesa but in Fedora Infra. The linked fix might not have been deployed yet. I'll try to ask around.
The pungi fix seems to be working OK:
$ dnf list --available --showduplicates --repo=updates-testing --refresh --releasever=36 mesa-vulkan-drivers
mesa-vulkan-drivers.i686 22.1.2-1.fc36 updates-testing
mesa-vulkan-drivers.x86_64 22.1.2-1.fc36 updates-testing
But @imabug is complaining about 22.1.1, not the current 22.1.2 version. I guess @imabug and @generalprobe are not using --refresh in their DNF command, or they have some outdated mirror hardcoded in conf files? However, in general, things should be fine, as I see it.
Actually, I take my latest comment back. I think there's still some problem, but because lutris entered updates-testing recently, it might have fixed the situation in repos. I got confused by people mentioning 22.1.1, an old version. I'm still investigating.
@kparal I have not changed the mirror list and I used --refresh.
Yes, I believe I was wrong and the issue still persists (it still doesn't constitute a reason for downvoting this, though). Here's my latest attempt to request a fix:
This update has been submitted for stable by pwalter.
This update has been pushed to stable.
The bodhi config was updated, with the next mesa update the mesa-vulkan-drivers.i686 should be present in updates-testing. Shout if it isn't.
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