On NVIDIA drivers and kernel 5.9 support: https://forums.developer.nvidia.com/t/nvidia-driver-not-yet-supported-for-linux-kernel-5-9/157263/2
Yes you can and I keep the full history for each branch. Please see How can I get a list of all available commits at a remote-branch? to pull the history and then rebase to a specific commit.
This works for me at least (I would never push a KDE build that I would be unable to use myself). To help you I need at least logs or a backtrace to figure out the issue.
Here is the log, would be gratitude for the crash investigation.
Thanks, I rolled back to Kinoite 32.x and the nvidia kernel driver built successfully. Amazing how easy it is to do this full system rollback to a previous release in Silverblue that I would never dare to attempt in a normal installation, regardless if it was Fedora or Ubuntu or anything else.
Great! Keep in mind that I don’t build F32 updates anymore.
@Siosm any idea what is wrong?
From your logs, you have plasmashell crashing:
Nov 30 00:46:36 host systemd-coredump: Process 16371 (plasmashell) of user 1001 dumped core.
Can you report that in the Fedora bugtracker with the log output, the coredump from systemd-coredump and the version from
rpm -qi plasma-workspace?
Just rebased to Pantheon and quite liking it although vpn settings werent working - had to install NetworkManager-openvpn-gnome to get them working.
Got a good deal on a used Radeon card now so that I can run F33 without any proprietary drivers. Thanks for providing this awesome project @Siosm
I would like to add swaywm support to your project
is it neccesary to add sway to corps first ?
No this is only needed if you want to re-use existing package lists created for Fedora Spins but I don’t think there is a Sway spin.
Thanks for doing that! I held off doing that for now and created the Base variant instead as I know that people who usually use minimal desktop environments also like to handpick their tools / components a lot more that KDE or GNOME users where we have a clear standard offering.
With the new Fedora archive repo, there should basically be no downsides to package layering and building on top of the base image should be easier than building more variants which is something that I am currently reluctant to do as it takes time.
So thanks for doing that but I’m probably not going to work on that for now as I am currently focusing on making the KDE edition official. You can however try to find like minded individuals to start working on an official Sway Spin / Edition in Fedora itself.
You could use his scripts to built it yourself… or if you’d like, I think you could even rebase a Silverblue installation to his build:
sudo ostree remote add --no-gpg-verify piware https://piware.de/ostree/pitti-workstation/ sudo rpm-ostree rebase piware:pitti-desktop
Thank you @garrett,
i had an open issue on @martinpitt s project. could not rebase · Issue #1 · martinpitt/ostree-pitti-workstation · GitHub
This is mostly what i searched. ( just flatpak is missing…)
The combination of this Project and
Would be great. Lets see what the time brings.
To account for the increase in traffic on the repo, I moved it to a beefier server which should help with updates. Let me know if you have issues.
I have been late pushing updates recently due to unplanned internet access issues. I am currently pushing updates for the F33 branch. Rawhide is currently paused.
Unfortunately for the KDE variant, this issue is still here for this update. I have a hint about the root issue but have not been able to figure it out yet. Hopefully this should go away when Kinoite is merged upstream for Fedora 35 (see the proposed change).
As always, as I made some change on the server side, please let me know if you do not see the update or if something is wrong.
I have updated the Rawhide refs! Let me know if you encounter issues.
Thanks. What Plasma version does the Rawhide ref include?
I’m one of the Plasma devs, and searching for convenient way to bisect bugs. Like this: 432317 – Can't logout session - it restarts immediately.
I think it would be useful if you make refs for Plasma Beta branch, or even master.
Similarly the way KDE neon does.
Rawhide currently has the latest Beta packages (
I agree that it would be great to have master builds but I need someone (or a group of people) to maintain the RPM packages as a Copr for example.
For the reference: I spent days debugging this, just because my Plasma Dev installation was dirty.
Bisecting this was a pain because it involved several repos rebuild.
Still I had no choice because there is no OSTree-based Plasma distribution known to me.