Guys and galls,
if you have Lenovo laptop please install latest Fedora 21 beta and
provide feedback because there are reported cases that suspend/resume
doesn't work on Lenovo laptops.
Currently there are reports that Fedora 21 beta fails to resume from
suspend-to-ram on X1 Carbon, T440s and X240, but there are probably
also other models.
Fedora has a great reputation on working flawlessly on Lenovo
hardware, let's try to keep up that reputation!
Best place to report this is on test(a)lists.fedoraproject.org list or
Here are two bugs currently open on this topic:
He is not currently in the packager list. But he does not have a
package that needs to be added to Fedora. He is just making changes to
What is the procedure to get him on the packager list for this package.
I have found that in Fedora 20 I've been unable to keep my SSH server at
my home up for long periods of time. I will enable it with systemctl
and start it, and it will work for a time, but then later days (after,
maybe, 3 or so days) it will be unavailable and I'll have to restart it.
The only non-standard thing I can think I'm doing is running SSH on
another port, and I've already gotten SELinux to accept that fact. The
issue is not that it won't even connect. It's that it goes down without
any logical explanation. The most I get from the log files
(/var/log/secure) is this:
Nov 9 12:04:29 alpha sshd: Received signal 15; terminating.
But I have no idea why it terminated (except that it's close to
midnight?) and especially don't know why it won't start back up again.
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as the Fedora 21 schedule states the Final change freeze is upon
us. As of now only updates that fix an accepted Final Blocker bug or
Freeze exception will be allowed in.
we are at the post beta stage of release, so the Pre-release
stage of the updates policy applies.
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RPM shipped with Fedora 21+ has support for weak dependencies. What's
the current status of that feature? Is it ok to start using them
(building RPM with Recommends/Suggests tags)?
I have a real-world example where I'd like to mark a dependency as
Suggests instead of Requires and want to know if dnf is ready to
With best regards, Peter Lemenkov.