Nov 14 11:48:05 rh kate: JIT is disabled for QML. Property
bindings and animations will be very slow. Visit https://wiki.qt.io/V4 to
processor : 3
vendor_id : GenuineIntel
cpu family : 6
model : 42
model name : Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-2600 CPU @ 3.40GHz
stepping : 7
microcode : 0x29
cpu MHz : 1892.259
cache size : 8192 KB
After update f26->f27, my logs are being spammed with:
Nov 12 17:39:13 nbecker2 kscreenlocker_greet: No metadata file in the
package, expected it at: "/usr/share/backgrounds/f27/default/standard/"
# F27 Blocker Review meeting
# Date: 2017-11-06
# Time: ** 17:00 ** UTC
# Location: #fedora-blocker-review on irc.freenode.net
Hi folks! We currently have only one proposed freeze exception for
Fedora 27. However, in case more blockers show up over the weekend,
I'm scheduling a review meeting for Monday; if there aren't any,
I'll just run a very quick meeting where we don't do anything.
Note that daylight savings time ends in most of North America this
weekend, so we'll be changing the meeting time to 17:00 UTC. If
daylight savings ends (clocks go back) for you this weekend, the
meeting should be at the same local time as always. If you don't
observe daylight savings or it ends at a different time, the meeting
will be one hour later in your local time than it was last week.
If you have time this weekend, you can take a look at the proposed or
accepted blockers before the meeting - the full lists can be found
here: https://qa.fedoraproject.org/blockerbugs/ .
We'll be evaluating these bugs to see if they violate any of the
Release Criteria and warrant the blocking of a release if they're not
fixed. Information on the release criteria for F27 can be found on the
For more information about the Blocker and Freeze exception process,
check out these links:
And for those of you who are curious how a Blocker Review Meeting
works - or how it's supposed to go and you want to run one - check out
the SOP on the wiki:
Note that for the special case of the Server release being split from
the main release stream for Fedora 27, we have created separate Server
blocker tracking bugs and will be following the same basic process for
the Server release dates using those trackers.
Have a good weekend and see you on Monday!
Fedora QA Community Monkey
IRC: adamw | Twitter: AdamW_Fedora | XMPP: adamw AT happyassassin . net
I just purchased the below system online from Lenovo, did a bit of
research and it seems like it should all work but I cut the research
short and ordered it mostly because I have a serious patience deficiency
My main question is around the NVIDIA card, for the past several years
I've been running laptops with integrated intel graphics and the default
nouveau driver and things 'just work'. I don't really need high
performance graphics like gaming or high intensive graphics operations,
just standard business usage.
Does anyone have any experience / insight per the below NVIDIA card and
Fedora (I'll be running Fedora 26 - KDE Spin)?
Is it likely I'll need to run NVIDIA drivers? If so is there an easy
setup without needing to install the native driver each time a new
kernel is released? Maybe something like the akmod-nvidia drivers?
Also, is there anything in the below specs that may be cause for concern?
Thanks in advance for any advice...
*ThinkPad P51s Mobile Workstation*
Intel Core i7-7600U Processor (4MB Cache, up to 3.90GHz)
IR & 720p HD Camera with Microphone
15.6" UHD (3840x2160), non-Touch, no WiGig, WLAN, WWAN
NVIDIA Quadro M520 2GB GDDR5
32GB DDR4 2133MHz SoDIMM (16GBx2)
1 TB Solid State Drive OPAL2.0 PCIe-NVMe
Intel Dual Band Wireless AC(2x2) 8265, Bluetooth Version 4.1
Only because it was not an option to not get the mobile card
Integrated Mobile Broadband upgradable