Everything seems fine.

BZ#1497932 Plug-Ins for example flash fails because of unresolved symbols.
Test Case firefox browse
Test Case firefox media
Test Case firefox addons

Works as expected, no problems noted.

BZ#1495845 Review Request: zegrapher - Free and opensource math graphing software

Problem solved, everything runs fine.

BZ#1489040 nut needs to be rebuilt for the freeipmi update on F26

Packages get built and installed inside the chroot just fine. I had never used the mock shell before, I tried it now and I got these messages:

sh: cannot set terminal process group (-1): Inappropriate ioctl for device

sh: no job control in this shell

which seem informative and harmless and in any case, I didn't notice any problems while using it.

I have not tried building live media with this version, but I had created a live ISO with 1.4.3-1, so I'm guessing that if there is a problem as reported by Neal, it was introduced with the last version.


Tested on two different machines for a few hours, timeout problem fixed, no other issues.

BZ#1460051 nss-3.31 is available
BZ#1470352 dnf --refresh update broken since 26 update

The patch works, problem fixed with nss-3.31.0-1.1.fc25.


On my laptop it's running fine without any warnings. I'll keep the service disabled on that desktop for now, I've been hunting for some other bugs and I'm trying to keep my system logs on a diet.

Hi Richard,

After installing the update, my system log gets flooded with these two messages:

Jul 06 19:03:19 fwupd[3192]: report 0x02 unknown length
Jul 06 19:03:19 fwupd[3192]: report 0x20 unknown length

I have no idea what it is looking for. Anyway, here is the list of devices reported by fwupdmgr:

# fwupdmgr --verbose get-devices
  Guid:                 b8323c4e-dd17-57b2-b466-26ec919e3a33
  DeviceID:             /sys/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:12.0/usb3/3-2/3-2:1.2/0003:046D:C52B.0005/0003:046D:101A.0006/hidraw/hidraw3
  DisplayName:          Performance MX
  Plugin:               unifying
  Flags:                allow-online
  DeviceVendor:         Logitech
  DeviceVendorId:       USB:0x046D
  Created:              2017-07-06

  Guid:                 77d843f7-682c-57e8-8e29-584f5b4f52a1
  Guid:                 9d131a0c-a606-580f-8eda-80587250b8d6
  DeviceID:             /sys/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:12.0/usb3/3-2
  DisplayName:          Unifying Receiver
  Plugin:               unifying
  Flags:                allow-online
  DeviceVendor:         Logitech
  DeviceVendorId:       USB:0x046D
  Version:              RQR12.01_B0019
  VersionBootloader:    BOT01.01_B0013
  Created:              2017-07-06

  Guid:                 846aa834-8730-5934-88e7-9fc62e25cbda
  Guid:                 eed46b79-a04c-55d7-91ea-f1e6ee03f85a
  DeviceID:             usb:00:03
  DisplayName:          USB2.0 UVC 1.3M Webcam
  Plugin:               usb
  Flags:                none
  DeviceVendorId:       USB:0x05C8
  Version:              1.5
  Created:              2017-07-06

  Guid:                 b22b5f66-fd13-502e-a90e-b39cb3157842
  DeviceID:             ro__sys_devices_pci0000_00_0000_00_02_0_0000_01_00_0
  DisplayName:          G92 [GeForce 9800 GT]
  Plugin:               udev
  Flags:                internal
  DeviceVendor:         NVIDIA Corporation
  DeviceVendorId:       PCI:0x10DE
  Created:              2017-07-06`

Works for me, tracker-extract no longer crashes.


Reinstalled the update, restarted the system several times, but I could not reproduce the issue. Nothing helpful in the logs either…

Sorry for the noise.

@dhgutteridge, so am I. I'll reinstall it and try to see if there is a problem with my theme settings.

In GNOME on X, everything is fine. However, on another system, running MATE, I lost all the letters from the system menus and applets. Program menus only displayed the letters that correspond to an Alt+key shortcut (e.g. the F from "Files"). Or another example, the hardware sensors applet displayed only the degree sign (°) next to each icon instead of e.g. 36°C. Reverting back to the previous version fixed the issue.

Pinging @raveit65

Are you interested in the pre-21 -> 22 update stability?


I updated from -21 to -22 and I had already removed and recreated the database after the update to -21. As soon as the update got installed, the dnf tracer plugin crashed:

Tracer: Program 'tracer' crashed with following error:

b'error: db5 error(5) from dbenv->open: Input/output error\nerror: cannot open Packages index using db5 - Input/output error (5)\nerror: cannot open Packages database in /var/lib/rpm\nTraceback (most recent call last):\n File "/usr/bin/tracer", line 34, in <module>\n\n File "/usr/lib/python3.5/site-packages/tracer/", line 45, in run\n return router.dispatch()\n File "/usr/lib/python3.5/site-packages/tracer/resources/", line 52, in dispatch\n controller = DefaultController(self.args, self.packages)\n File "/usr/lib/python3.5/site-packages/tracer/controllers/", line 62, in init\n self.applications = self.tracer.trace_affected(self._user(args.user))\n File "/usr/lib/python3.5/site-packages/tracer/resources/", line 96, in trace_affected\n for file in self._PACKAGE_MANAGER.package_files(\n File "/usr/lib/python3.5/site-packages/tracer/resources/", line 55, in package_files\n return self.package_managers[0].package_files(pkg_name)\n File "/usr/lib/python3.5/site-packages/tracer/packageManagers/", line 34, in package_files\n if self._is_installed(pkg_name):\n File "/usr/lib/python3.5/site-packages/tracer/packageManagers/", line 151, in _is_installed\n mi = ts.dbMatch(\'name\', pkg_name)\n_rpm.error: rpmdb open failed\n' Please visit and submit the issue. Thank you

Then I tried to check for updates and got another (similar) error:

dnf --enablerepo=*testing --refresh check-update

error: db5 error(5) from dbenv->open: Input/output error error: cannot open Packages index using db5 - Input/output error (5) error: cannot open Packages database in /var/lib/rpm Error: Error: rpmdb open failed

I removed and recreated the database once more and everything seems to be working now, but I think this will still be a problem for system upgrades, so I'm giving it negative karma.

Upgrade path works as expected, fonts look good.


Regression tests ran fine, system seems stable.


Problem solved, but I think both #1435831 and the new config should have been dealt with differently. An announcement on devel was certainly warranted and for the rest of our users it would have been even better if there was an announcement somewhere visible, like fedora magazine. When the old configurations start failing, I don't expect there will be many people searching for README.systemd (which is very useful with the examples and all) in /usr/share/doc.

BZ#1435036 openvpn-2.4.1 is available
BZ#1435831 openvpn@.service uses --daemon and --writepid

Works for me, no regressions noted. There's a newer version upstream though.


Works for me, no regressions noted


Works for me, no regressions noted