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I added Firefox to this update as they need to go out together in a single update.

gnome-terminal has massive downstream patches and needs rishi to update them. I am fully aware that vte291 and gnome-terminal updates are both missing but it's out of my hands, sorry. Hopefully we get this before the final F33 release, but I can't make any promises.

I edited the update and added new tracker3-miners 3.0.0-2 build that should fix the 100% CPU issue when processing deleted files that several people have been reporting. It should get pushed to the repos in the next updates-testing push (it missed this one).

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Oops :) Indeed. This one had a bug in vala bindings. Let me unpush it. Thanks a lot of catching it!

Grr :( I removed the gnome-software build from the mega-update for now until someone debugs what's up with updates not working.

I went ahead and merged adamw's opencv disabling change to F33 and kicked off a gstreamer1-plugins-bad-free build to get a temporary fix out.

Yes, that's in separate https://bodhi.fedoraproject.org/updates/FEDORA-2020-d81ca98f28 update that fixes a FE and should hopefully go to stable soon.

OK, I've edited the update with some more fixes backported (as discussed in the ticket) -- can you guys give this another try please? The built-in screen recorder, Ctrl+Alt+Shift+r works in my testing now.

User Icon kalev commented & provided feedback on rpkg-1.60-7.fc32 a year ago
karma

I also get:

$ fedpkg build --scratch --srpm
Could not execute build: join() argument must be str, bytes, or os.PathLike object, not 'NoneType'

Downgrading to rpkg 1.60-3.fc32 makes it work again.

This makes it installable again with perl 5.30.3

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Let's unpush this then. Thanks, @krp!

The PackageKit addition is expected if you do override replace. PackageKit is explicitly excluded on the server side for composes but if you manually replace gnome-software it's pulled in because of soft dependencies.

https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/gnome-software/-/issues/987 doesn't sound like a regression to me. I don't have time to look into it right now.

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karma

I can confirm this fixes the assertion for me as well. Thanks!

Fixes the dependency issue. Thanks!