On my system upgraded from Fedora 25 to Fedora 26, I am having dependency issues with this update. I get following error on doing dnf upgrade:
Problem: cannot install the best update candidate for package nodejs-brace-expansion-1.1.3-2.fc26.noarch - nothing provides npm(balanced-match) >= 0.4.1 needed by nodejs-brace-expansion-1.1.7-1.fc26.noarch ================================================================================ Package Arch Version Repository Size ================================================================================ Skipping packages with broken dependencies: nodejs-brace-expansion noarch 1.1.7-1.fc26 updates-testing 12 k
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Working great since last 6 days, no issues in suspend, graphics or any other kind of hardware/software issues.
Works just fine on my Thinkpad X240, no graphics issues, no stability issues. One thing though, while audio is initialized on startup, I hear very little static for a moment. No biggie, just noticed it on this kernel only. Doesn't happen on 4.0.8 installed alongside this one.
Works fine for me on F22 workstation x86_64 on an Lenovo Thinkpad X240 Core i7 4th gen CPU, Intel HD 4400 graphics. No issues switching to various VTs repeatedly, No graphics corruptions, Nothing unusual noticed.
This package should be released now, its very stable, the startup crash is gone and I am using it since the time it released everyday without any problems.
Working perfectly fine now on Fedora 22 Workstation x86_64. No visible issues whatsoever.
Working perfectly on Fedora 22 Workstation x86_64. Please push this one to updates instead 3.14.1-0. That one is broken.
The build i currently have on my fully updated pre-beta F29 workstation system is libdnf-0.17.2-1.fc29
The build in this fix is libdnf-0.17.0-3.fc29. Even if i install it manually, the next dnf upgrade overwrites it immediately. Am I doing something wrong or is the version of this build is wrong?