nextcloud-client nextcloud-client-nautilus layered in Fedora 37 Silverblue and upgraded to Fedora 38 Silverblue.
$ rpm -q nextcloud-client nextcloud-client-3.7.4-1.fc38.x86_64 $ rpm -q nextcloud-client-nautilus nextcloud-client-nautilus-3.7.4-1.fc38.x86_64 $ rpm-ostree status State: idle AutomaticUpdates: stage; rpm-ostreed-automatic.timer: last run 4 days ago Deployments: fedora:fedora/38/x86_64/silverblue Version: 38.20230430.0 (2023-04-30T00:44:01Z) BaseCommit: ab0ba36f049a3a03de25ca627bee1dc1e716677655464d52f309ba86c46286fa GPGSignature: Valid signature by 6A51BBABBA3D5467B6171221809A8D7CEB10B464 Diff: 93 upgraded LayeredPackages: […] nextcloud-client nextcloud-client-nautilus […] $ nextcloud --version QSocketNotifier: Can only be used with threads started with QThread Nextcloud version 3.7.4git Git revision 2babb57995945fbe3058d695393658c321d46c28 Using Qt 5.15.9, built against Qt 5.15.8 Using Qt platform plugin 'wayland' Using 'OpenSSL 3.0.8 7 Feb 2023' Running on Fedora Linux 38.20230425.0 (Silverblue), x86_64
Nextcloud does not syncronize anymore.
I also do not see the icon / entry in Nautilus anymore:
And if I start the Nextcloud client, it does not open the window as it did before:
$ nextcloud QSocketNotifier: Can only be used with threads started with QThread nextcloud.gui.application: Already running, exiting... $ nextcloud --quit # (this is what the desktop entry at /usr/share/applications/com.nextcloud.desktopclient.nextcloud.desktop does) QSocketNotifier: Can only be used with threads started with QThread nextcloud.gui.application: Already running, exiting...
But no window is to be shown. So I cannot really access the Nextcloud client application window.