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Can be installed. Functionality not tested.

BZ#2154979 python-smbpasswd fails to build with Python 3.12: ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'distutils'
BZ#2226336 python-smbpasswd: FTBFS in Fedora rawhide/f39

Can be installed. Functionality not tested.

BZ#2219926 F39FailsToInstall: RBTools
BZ#2220425 F39FailsToInstall: python3-pydiffx

Installs fine, functionality not tested

BZ#2220313 F39FailsToInstall: python3-logutils
karma

Installs fine, functionality not tested

BZ#2219972 F39FailsToInstall: python3-dionaea

@whot I requested a freeze exception for this in: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=2242436

Can you please edit this update and mark it as fixing that bug? It's needed to process things. Thanks!

karma

I can run an X11 session, and I can run X11 apps in a Wayland session. Seems to work fine.

karma

vim editing works

no new selinux denials seen

karma

works with glxgears and vkcube

karma

it seems to output hw info just fine

karma

connecting to a TB dock works, I can see its status in botlctl

I use it for downloading updates, that works fine

karma

I can see app details in gnome-software, Loupe is present

connecting to my wifi works fine

karma

both bugs are fixed, thanks

BZ#2240490 Using shift lock on character with accent produces lower case character with accent
BZ#2242061 Removing scale-monitor-framebuffer distorts the image, if not reset to 100% scale beforehand
karma

my virt-manager VMs work just fine

karma

my bluetooth mouse works

Can be installed now. Functionality not tested.

BZ#2219991 F39FailsToInstall: fail2ban-server, fail2ban-tests
BZ#2225799 fail2ban: FTBFS in Fedora rawhide/f39

Thanks, @atim, for changing this in mangohud-0.7.0-6.fc39. I don't think this won't be discoverable. If you use dnf and run dnf search mangohud, you'll find it. If you use GUI, a desktop file can be added to mark mangoplot as an extension/addon, and then it will show up in gnome-software quite visibly. Care to add it? Additionally, if you know about that feature and looking specifically for it, you'll again find it easily enough. If you don't know about that feature, you probably don't need it. Using Recommends doesn't really help people to discovered it anyway, right? It just adds a binary to /usr/bin, but it doesn't make it obvious in any way that it can be used. So using Suggests here is I believe the better approach.

karma

gnome-shell seems to work just fine for me