Postings by Vitaly Zaitsev via devel

getting below error in fedpkg clone

Hi ,
Iam getting the below error when I run fedpkg clone fctxpd

fedpkg clone fctxpd
Cloning into 'fctxpd'...
The authenticity of host ' (' can't be
RSA key fingerprint is SHA256:Q12OTyTeOHWlS54dTzy2BNu7wB8UKNf18+7WHIDsORc.
Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no/[fingerprint])?

Fedora Workstation and disabled by default firewall

Hello all.

Is it okay that firewall is completely disabled by default (opened all
ports 1025-65535) on Fedora Workstation?

I think that this is a major vulnerability and it must be fixed by
changing default zone to public.

firewall-cmd --list-all
FedoraWorkstation (active)
target: default
icmp-block-inversion: no
interfaces: enp1s0
services: dhcpv6-client mdns samba-client ssh
ports: 1025-65535/udp 1025-65535/tcp
masquerade: no
rich rules:

Non-responsive maintainer Mosaab Alzoubi

Hello all.

According to non-responsive maintainer procedure for moceap, I'm asking
here if anyone know how to reach out for the maintainer.

RHBZ ticket: <a href="" title=""></a>

RHBZ ticket with countdown:
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Xorg 1.20.4-7.el7

Just tried building a scratch build of xorgxrdp, but this still pulls in the old Xorg, before RHEL 7.7 version. Could someone please change that, so that builds pick the latest package up.

All in relation to:

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Capitalized name in bugzilla review request and pagure repo


I believe I have an issue. Please direct me to the correct list if the
following is not applicable here.

My first package was recently approved, however, no one (myself included)
noticed that the bugzilla review request title contained a capitalized name:

Review Request: Charliecloud [...]

I initially didn't think anything of it until the pagure repository was

Pidgin on EPEL8

Hello all.

While building my Fedora packages for EPEL8, got a very strange error on
aarch64 and s390x architectures:

No matching package to install: 'pkgconfig(pidgin)'

But it builds fine with the same SPEC on x86_64 and ppc64le.

Affected builds:

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Self Introduction: Muneendra


My name is Muneendra Kumar, I’m working for Broadcom . I have been working
in Linux for more than 15 years and submitted couple of commits to open

I need to submit a new package in the FEDORA which I am working on which is
completely based on FC(fibre channel).

I've never made any kind of packages before, so please bear with me if I
make any mistakes.



target font model on Freedesktop systems


Now that things are starting to move fonts-side[1], I’d like the various
actors to agree on a common font model target.

Without a a common target, we’ll end up working at odds with one
another. Upstream font files can not serve as a an officious target.
They are full of quirks, you end up with a different model per file-set.

My understanding of the state of the art is that OpenType is now
hegemonic. So it’s useless to target anything not specified in OpenType

Unresponsive Package Reviewer


It is has been 49 days since my package reviewer, Dave Love, last responded
to my review request: <a href="" title=""></a>. How
do I proceed?

Note: I understand reviewers are pressed for time and I appreciate the heroic
efforts that keeps this community going.


Firewalld v nftables

This was patched out, because an official feature was never submitted. Now that RHEL8 is using that combo, maybe it's time to try again? :-)

Procedure to get keytable included in official console and X and wayland keytables.

I use a custom keymapping that I developed to save my hands, and
because it is very efficient. It's strength is that the most used keys
are under the strongest fingers, and that for my typing about 80% of
what I type is on the home row.

The problem is that whenever I have issues with my system, it reverts
to qwerty, and I have to hunt and peck to do things. If it was
official, this wouldn't be a problem, because I could just select it,
the same as one can select dvorak or colemak.

New Go Packaging Guidelines landed in rawhide (koji) today


Fedora’s new Go packaging macros landed in rawhide (koji) today.

The corresponding Fedora Go packaging conventions are therefore
EFFECTIVE for new rawhide builds.

build failure using boost-python3 on ppc64le

Hash: SHA512

I am trying a scratch build of libpst, and I don't understand the

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This package uses boost-python3.

f30 update & bluetooth

I just updated F30 via dnf update.
The kernel in use went from 5.0.13-300.fc30.x86_64 to 5.0.17-300.fc30.x86_64
I regularly use two Bluetooth devices, an aging Microsoft mouse and
Apple Air Pods (ear phones).
Now they are both quite flaky:
While moving, the mouse will connect for a few milli-seconds then

Self Introduction: Jordan Ogas


My name is Jordan, I'm a member of the Programming and Runtime Environment
team for the High Performance Computing Division (HPC) at the Los Alamos
National Laboratory (LANL). I have been encouraged by my package reviewer,
Dave Love, to introduce myself to the community in an effort to assimilate
Fedora packaging culture and increase the likely hood of being sponsored.

It is my goal to become the official Charliecloud package maintainer and an expert
in software packaging. The Charliecloud package under review is the first package
I've ever created.

Announcing libkpmcore upgrade

Hi all,

I'm planning to upgrade kpmcore and kde-partitionmanager to version
4.0.0 in rawhide. This will bring a soname bump to libkpmcore, which is
used only (as far as I know) by kde-partitionmanager and calamares.

I'll take care of rebuilding calamares. BTW, calamares in Fedora repo is
a bit outdated (still at 3.1.8, latest is 3.2.7), I hope it to be
compatible with kpmcore 4.0.0.

If all goes well, it would be nice to have kde-partitionmanager upgraded
in F30 also, because it solves some outstanding problems with GUI run as
root user.