I am a long time Fedora user, and about five months ago installed Silverblue 32 and got it working wonderfully with the proprietary NVIDIA drivers.
However, after upgrading to Silverblue 33 a couple weeks back I am seeing problems in flatpak and toolbox applications (e.g. GnuCash, Visual Studio Code) where the UI fails to update until I perform another action (e.g. press tab a second time), which means edits often end up in the wrong location.
The only similar report I have found is eivinh comment at the tail end of this thread about Inkscape under Gnome/X11.
Things I have tried:
- Nouveau driver / Wayland. This resulted in a very unstable system that wouldn’t boot 50% of the time and eventually froze the other 50% of the time.
- Installing native packages with rpm-ostree. GnuCash fails to install with error: Checkout gnucash-4.2-1.fc33.x86_64: Hardlinking a2/2efa7eb81864620ea24a5c92aedc24e5c6d3b24731cce410576613b10aeb2f.file to gschemas.compiled: File exists
I feel thwarted by these 3 separate problems. How can I downgrade to Silverblue 32? (the boot screen no longer lists 32 commit as an option) Perhaps a rebase command?