This has the wrong bug lined to it.
This fixes 1332266 and not 1206936.
The former is the systemd bug about logind not validating resume= and has the Freezer Exception, the latter is the anaconda bug to actually put resume= correctly in place.
After carrying out a dnf --enablerepo="updates-testing" libhif the testcase criteria in the bug still failed, a dnf needs-restarting didn't show any processes needing a kick though (to be fair I didn't check lsof).
After a reboot of the system the test cases pass with installs by pkcon directly (or the command-not-found plugin) showing the correct user/dep reason in /var/lib/dnf
Unfortunately dnf history isn't displaying the results of packagekit actions, but at least the autoremove issue is solved by this update.
@vwbusguy that's really quite odd. All my testing has been done with it installed in the default /owncloud/ namespace that we configure and I don't see that behaviour on my own server.
Could you please log a bugzilla ticket and/or join me on IRC when you can to check a few things.
It really should not be breaking out of the /owncloud/ namespace.
@vwbusguy thanks for picking that up.
I'll add some additional notes to the update description and ensure I mention it in the next email I send the mailing lists.
It appears that after installing one of the apps moved to the store another upgrade command needs to be carried out to carry out the changes that app needs, and until that's done the next app can't be installed.
A little tedious but oh well at least it's only a few apps affected.
Tested x86_64 on Asus Aspire V Nitro
Boots with no issues seen.
Both Intel (skylake i915) and nvidia (proprietary) GPUs work along with wifi and bluetooth (with the proprietary firmware) and sound.
Test of running multiple KVM guests works fine.
BTRFS scrubs completed fine.
Tested on Asus Aspire VN7-592G
This is based on the Atheros 10k and Intel Skylake chipsets with additional discrete NV117 GPU.
Bluetooth and wifi still work (with the windows firmware in place... see the linux-firmware github repo for details on this).
Intel GPU performs great and feels more fluid and stable (no more preliminary hardware kernel arg needed).
Nouveau doesn't work with this GPU - but no change there.
Sound is working.
Tested webroot authentication. was able to obtain a valid certificate and then revoke it.
(replace example with your domain) letsencrypt -d www.examplecom -w /var/www/html/ --webroot --agree-tos -m email@example.com certonly
letsencrypt revoke --cert-path /etc/letsencrypt/archive/www.example.com/cert1.pem