Hey folks! Just a note that there are some more F28 Beta blocker-fixing
updates that could use some testing and feedback:
This is an anaconda update that fixes a bug in recent versions: if you
did a live install and both created a user account and set a root
password, the root account wound up locked. You couldn't get into it.
Testing is quite easy: boot a recent live image (KDE live from a recent
F28 nightly is good), update all the anaconda packages, then run an
install, and during install, create a user account and set the root
password. Then check you can log in to the installed system as root.
This FreeIPA update fixes logging into the web UI as a regular user.
Again, you can only really test this if you have or can set up a
testing FreeIPA deployment, we do not recommend upgrading production
deployments at this time.
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