thanks to the work the community does on porting the Chromium browser
to ppc64le, we can have also the qt5-qtwebengine library available.
Currently there are ~20 packages that are excluded on ppc64le due the
unavailability of the webengine.
My "talos" COPR repository  contains now the main qt5-qtwebengine
package, pyqtwebengine bindings for Python and also the qmapshack app.
Building calibre fails in a test, investigating now. If there are other
apps you would like to be made available, let me know.
The plan is to merge the ppc64le support into the official Fedora rpms,
but it can take some time and depends on support from the maintainers of
the QT stack.
Hi Dan, I talked to Daniel Kolesa who told me that this time the problem is not in the Kernel but on Fedora specifically so he can't do anything. Will we be able to have a correction at this point or will we have to put our hearts in peace and keep using 5.6.19 or the custom one? Thanks
Hi Dan I'm sorry I didn't see your answer because this time I didn't
receive an email notification and I don't know why. So you're telling me
that this time it will be difficult for you Fedora team to solve this
problem in practice. And yet in Kernel 5.6 you solved it beautifully...
Daniel told us that we had to wait until the problem was not solved but
it seems that this time you can't do it I don't know... Anyway thanks
for your answer.
Hello to the whole Fedora team, I just wanted to tell you that we have arrived at version 5.8.16 of the Kernel but still the bug affecting this Kernel for AMD Navi 10 graphics cards, has not been fixed and still does not work ... Is it possible that there is nothing to be done to fix this damn bug that has existed for months now ?! Thank you