My bluetooth mouse works correctly. Unfortunately this doesn't help with the recent regression of bluetooth mice not reconnecting after resume: https://ask.fedoraproject.org/t/bluetooth-mouse-doesnt-reconnect-after-resuming-system-from-sleep/24076
Please note that bodhi-client-6.0 was already pushed to F36. Just for info. It is true that the update is backwards-incompatible, but at the same time the server was updated as well, so I didn't see as a breach of our stable updates policy.
Yes, I believe I was wrong and the issue still persists (it still doesn't constitute a reason for downvoting this, though). Here's my latest attempt to request a fix: https://pagure.io/fedora-infrastructure/issue/10779
Actually, I take my latest comment back. I think there's still some problem, but because lutris entered updates-testing recently, it might have fixed the situation in repos. I got confused by people mentioning
22.1.1, an old version. I'm still investigating.
The pungi fix seems to be working OK:
$ dnf list --available --showduplicates --repo=updates-testing --refresh --releasever=36 mesa-vulkan-drivers Available Packages mesa-vulkan-drivers.i686 22.1.2-1.fc36 updates-testing mesa-vulkan-drivers.x86_64 22.1.2-1.fc36 updates-testing
But @imabug is complaining about
22.1.1, not the current
22.1.2 version. I guess @imabug and @generalprobe are not using
--refresh in their DNF command, or they have some outdated mirror hardcoded in conf files? However, in general, things should be fine, as I see it.