Comments

39 Comments

WFM on f37

Tested it out on CentOS Stream 9

Seems good here so far on f38 Beta

BZ#1741523 mod_auth_cas for EPEL8
BZ#1934268 Bump mod_auth_cas to v1.2 and compile for EL 8
BZ#1934268 Bump mod_auth_cas to v1.2 and compile for EL 8

So, after compiling and running mokutil from upstream source and running it, the Fedora RPM command also oddly started working. I did not sudo make install and rpm -V mokutil returns empty. I also removed the two build deps I installed (efivar-devel keyutils-libs-devel) and it still works.

In order to rule out a random fluke on my laptop, I ran sudo mokutil --bs-state on another f36 laptop and it returned the original error and usage instead of the secureboot status. It working after compiling it locally as a non-root user without make install makes no sense to me, but I can reproduce it on multiple f36 machines of different brands.

I'm guessing it's related to the recent usage patch. Seems to work fine compiled from scratch against upstream.

src]$ sudo ./mokutil --sb-state
SecureBoot disabled

src]$ sudo ./mokutil -s
Usage:
  mokutil OPTIONS [ARGS...]

Options:
  --help                Show help
  --list-enrolled           List the enrolled keys

$ sudo mokutil -s Aborted

$ sudo mokutil --sb-state​ mokutil: unrecognized option '--sb-state​' Usage: mokutil OPTIONS [ARGS...] ...

$ rpm -q mokutil mokutil-0.6.0-2.fc36.x86_64

BZ#2087066 mokutil -s aborts without error message

FYI, this update also seems to address CVE-2021-41773 : https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=2010758

karma

Applied to my Nextcloud server and verified that it all seems to basically be working including http/2 and a mod_proxy service.

BZ#1996514 CVE-2021-33193 httpd: Request splitting via HTTP/2 method injection and mod_proxy [fedora-all]
BZ#2010554 httpd-2.4.50 is available
BZ#2010935 CVE-2021-41524 httpd: NULL pointer dereference via crafted request during HTTP/2 request processing [fedora-all]
karma

This also seems to fix the Lenovo touchpad regression in .12: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=2000660

karma

This kernel breaks touchpad functionality for some ThinkPads: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=2000660

karma

This fixed a major problem for installing and starting VMs (1924218). Works for me with this update.

BZ#1924218 libvirtd[4724]: libcap-ng used by "/usr/sbin/libvirtd" failed due to not having CAP_SETPCAP in capng_apply
karma

Works fine for me. I installed the update from koji, did a refresh, then successfully updated the firmware on my Lenovo ThinkPad dock (which previously had problems updating on 1.5.x).

karma

Working great for me here on Fedora 34 on Gnome with Wayland (Radeon rx5600m)

BZ#1966933 Update to 89.0
Test Case firefox addons
Test Case firefox browse
Test Case firefox media

This update fixes dependency resolution for yubioath-desktop for me as well. Thanks!

BZ#1697330 dnf errors involving qt5 5.12.1 and gammaray, analitza, kalgebra, some kf5 packages, kwin
karma

All good here in F29 and Gnome 3/Wayland.

Test Case firefox addons
Test Case firefox browse
Test Case firefox media
karma

Tested against Palo Alto GlobalProtect VPN and was able to successfully connect.

BZ#1580192 Package openconnect-gp -- there isnt globalprotect alternative for palo alto vpn
karma

Tested against Palo Alto GlobalProtect VPN and was able to successfully connect.

BZ#1580192 Package openconnect-gp -- there isnt globalprotect alternative for palo alto vpn

Fixes #1512584 on a previously unbootable co-workers machine.