I’m really sorry this took so long. I’ve been super busy changing jobs and with this.
Still working on the Division and Bucket Fill crashes.
I’ve had a script for year that I use to make sure that my local yum/dnf repo has everything the updates emails suggest that it should. In the rare event that it finds something missing, I use my releng superpowers to re-tag the errand package and off we go.
Today I migrated the script from Python2 and yum to Python3 and dnf. First of all kudos to Seth Vidal, and secondly, kudos to the dnf team for putting together a worthy successor to yum, and more importantly, usable documentation of same.
Yesterday, as is my usual custom, I upgraded my laptop from Fedora 27 to Fedora 28 Beta. I used DNF system upgrade, as I have in the past. The only hiccup was entirely my own fault. I forgot that while I’ve set GNOME to ignore the lid closing to prevent suspension, that setting doesn’t apply during system upgrade. 🙂 Oops.
Used DNF to remove duplicate rpms, reinstalled the new kernel and libwbclient, and corrected GNOME’s right-click behaviour, and all is well.
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So, um, when did Venus grow a ring? Did I miss something?
Inkscape 0.92.2 is out, has lots of bugfixes, is in rawhide, and is coming to f25-27. If you use it, please test and give karma!
I’ve been using terminator for ages. I love it, and it does exactly what I want. I haven’t used *all* it’s features, but then, who does for every piece of software they use? Given that, I was surprised to stumble on a feature I’d never seen before.
WHERE HAS THIS BEEN ALL MY LIFE?
Now if they’d just add tab-completion to bash. . .