Sorry if this is the wrong place to post. I need to start somewhere.
Description of problem:
The Plymouth LUKS password prompt will wait FOREVER for me to type in a
password without powering down the monitor or blanking the screen. This
leaves me vulnerable to screen burn-in if 1) there was an unexpected
reboot like a crash, or 2) another OS (which shall remain nameless)
rebooted after update, but the dual-boot started in Linux instead of
the other OS.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Wait at LUKS prompt until you need to throw away your monitor.
A bill for an expensive new monitor.
The monitor goes into powersaver mode after a reasonable time, like 20
minutes, or at least blanks.
Hello, in order to deliver Python 3.8, we are running a coordinated rebuild in a
If you see a "Rebuild for Python 3.8" commit in your package, please don't
rebuild it in regular rawhide.
If you need to, please let me know, so we can coordinate.
If you'd like to update the package, you should be able to build it in the side
on branch master:
$ fedpkg build --target=f32-python
Note that it will take a while before the essential packages are rebuilt, so
don't except all your dependencies to be available right away.
Thanks. Let us know if you have any questions.
GSL 2.6 has just been released, and it comes with an soname bump. All
dependent packages will need to be rebuilt in rawhide.
Fedora Project Contributor
This seems to repeat every 6 months: rawhide mock is broken on stable
Fedora, people are scrambling to install the right gpg keys, dnf reports
Looking at https://bodhi.fedoraproject.org/updates/?packages=fedora-repos,
there is still no F30 package with the right keys.
Can we *please* send out the FN+1 and FN+2 keys a month before branching,
to *all* releases of Fedora, so we can avoid this pointless scramble?
I wonder, how does a packager remove themselves from a package, if they have
commit rights only. The obvious way (going trough Settings), is not possible (no
The following Fedora 30 modular packages require python(abi) = 3.7:
$ repoquery --repo=updates-modular --whatrequires 'python(abi) = 3.7'
$ repoquery --repo=updates-modular --whatrequires 'python(abi) = 3.7' --source
It seems I cannot query Modular Rawhide at all:
$ repoquery --repo=rawhide-modular -a
Who can help me with the following three problems:
- how do I know what module is this in?
- how do I query rawhide?
- how do I rebuild the modules against a side tag?