Possible issue on resume where mouse and keyboard need to be unplugged then re-plugged to get them working again. Currently, not diagnosed further.
Nvidia official proprietary drivers are still an issue with building kmods for the current kernels.
Some technical troubleshooting shows that this boots for me when using Nouveau. The proprietary Nvidia Vulkan kernel mod is failing to complete on anything 5.6.6+. I have Fedora Vanilla kernel 5.7.0 installed right now and it has the same problem.
To work around the issue with current kernels, one must uninstall Nvidia proprietary and de-blacklist Nouveau for it to boot.
It can be done when stuck at boot of this kernel by pressing ALT-F2 then using "$ sudo bash <nvidia.run file> --uninstall". Then "$ reboot" and pressing e to edit the kernel line to remove the blacklist.
I don't know if this should be considered a kernel regression or if the kernel devs are making Nvidia fix it or what is going on there. And also have yet to look up anything. Just posting this as a note.
Nvidia Vulkan proprietary is broken here. Thank you.
For whatever reason, can't get these installed. Enabling singular or full testing still shows dnf wanting to install 5.6.6 instead. This is a production system so I won't risk quickly losing two working kernels trying to figure out why.
Downloading the rpm's seems to have some sort of dependency conflict for me as well that I haven't seen before.
Pointing that out since 5.6.6 won't boot so I can't test this one.
suspend to RAM fails and spams the log with pcieconf receiving Spurious native PME interrupts (last working in 5.1.19-300.fc30; 5.1.20-300.fc30 also regressed, but in a different way)
I added in a bug report to Red hat on this. If you have anything new to add, you are welcome to (and it looks like you might because I have only tested against what I know repro's the problem) https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1735786