Yes, kdepim is affected: $ kmail kmail: relocation error: /lib64/ symbol free, version Qt_5 not defined in file with link time reference


Works for me.

One nice change that I noticed is that the command line prompt always appear while for older versions in Fedora 26 I had the GUI without any input/output in the Command Window. Sometimes it worked and sometimes not. Since I did not had any deterministic setup I had never reported this problem (being busy with other issues also helped). :-)

BZ#1426802 octave-4.2.1 is available

It works for me and fixes the upgrade dependencies. Thank you. :-)

BZ#1416863 sagemath package dependencies prevent update of git
BZ#1421755 polymake conflicts with git and perl packages

No regressions noted. Confirming this resolves #1354159 for me as well

BZ#1354159 akonadi fails to start after update of qt5

It works for me

BZ#1292588 No calendar events in plasma applet

It works for me

It works with no regression found

Works for me :-)


It works here :-)


It works :-)

works for me.


It works

No regressions found.

I have not been able to update libreoffice since I got

# dnf upgrade --best


package libreoffice-kde-1: requires libreoffice-core(x86-64) = 1:, but none of the providers can be installed

Removing it, upgrading and installing libreoffice-kde4 fixes the upgrade.

I fail to see why the change committed at does not work. :-(

After installing I get:

# rpm -q --whatprovides libreoffice-kde


Works for me.

It works (I am using several kde4-apps and I did not notice any regression)

I get thermal shutdown after a couple of minutes on a HP EliteBook 8530p Notebook (