The contribution guide thingamajig told me to post a short message
here. So as follows: I am Carmen from Friesland, The Netherlands. I am
currently working on GNOME to make the GNOME desktop available in
Esperanto. At the current rate, GNOME 3.32 will have its core release
(standard apps, core libraries) completely translated into Esperanto,
which I am fairly proud of :-)
Furthermore, I am a former intern of the Free Software Foundation Europe
where I worked on the REUSE Initiative (<https://reuse.software/>;). You
can find me at the FSFE booth at SFScon in Bozen/Bolzano, 16 November.
I am joining this list to make sure that `langpacks-eo` will become
available in Fedora 30. If someone knows some pointers for me there
while I (slowly) work on it, I would greatly appreciate those.
Thanks and with kindness,
TLDR; I had a working Wayland Gnome Desktop in f28. Not anymore with f29.
Yesterday, I "dnf upgrade" my f28 to f29 ... to find a black screen when I
want to login to my Gnome session :(
The boot is OK till the gdm login screen, but when I enter my password, the
screen turns black, and the keyboard is locked (non-responsive, Num Lock
does not toggle, nor caps lock).
Then I don't know how to recover control, as no key binding is effective,
no mouse, no screen :(I power off the machine)
I successfully launched the desktop using "startx" from my user account
after booting with runlevel=3, so I think there is an issue with Wayland !
> lspci|grep "VGA"
01:00.0 VGA compatible controller: NVIDIA Corporation GM206 [GeForce GTX
960] (rev a1)
I used to install the nvidia drivers, after each kernel upgrade. I did
that, as usual using:
Where should I look to have more information about what's wrong with my
Which component should I report on BZ ?
What additional info would be helpful for knowledgeable developers ?
Thanks for your help
I just orphaned whole the compiz stack.
I don't use those packages for myself any more and i maintain to much packages.
Honestly, i don't have any motivation more to maintain a package only just for fun.
Compiz is nearly bug free and well maintained by the compiz-reloaded project at gitlab.
Feel free to catch up the packages.
Seems no care about dmz-cursor-themes package. Many time ago was opened
an issue https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1397803. But no
any progress. There is an update. Need only to update package. How it
can be done? I have own version of this package which I use for myself
but I want to update package in Fedora.