This fixes missing ::1 address on a loopback device for me (introduced in 4.0.5). I also tried running it on a machine with radeon card and DisplayPort monitor (to reproduce bug 1236423), but I see no issues. @tuna: If this is not the first kernel update where this is broken, it does not make sense to vote -1, because it does not make it worse (but it improves other things). The fact that the fix is not included does not imply negative karma. Read more at https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/QA:Update_feedback_guidelines
this greatly improves responsiveness of trackpoint movement + touchpad scrolling for me
I see no issues with my mouse, additional buttons work.
@kalev, 3 karma and 3 days in testing is pretty low for a critical piece of system update process. We've broken the update stack several times in the last 6 months, let's not risk it again.
basic usage seems fine
no issues spotted
no issues with VMs and the new polkit rule works
daily usage, no issues
my PyQT4 apps seem to start and look fine
putting disk to standby works
efibootmgr -v works, haven't tried writing
When combined with kernel-4.0.5-300.fc22, the screen corruption is less obvious. So I revert my karma, together it's an improvement to before.
This seems to dramatically reduce the screen corruption on older intel cards, as reported in bug 1226531.
my calendar seems to be synced OK
fixes the InsecurePlatformWarning in fedora tools :)
I have tested basic packagekit and gnome-software functionality and offline updates, seems to work.
bug 1205649 seems to be fixed for our reproducer script. I also tested basic gnome-software functionality and offline updates, no issues.
disk operations seem to work fine in GNOME