Docker seems to lag behind Fedora releases by a few weeks (e.g. no docker for Fedora 32 right now. I guess docker didn't update their repository in time probably due to redhat pushing podman. zfs on linux recently broke on kernel 5.6.x due to kernel ABI changes but again not Fedora's fault.
Jul 24, 2020 · The fedora repository exists for all Fedora releases after they have Branched from Rawhide.It is represented for Yum or DNF in the fedora.repo file in the repository path. For any Fedora installation, this repository will be enabled by default, and should usually remain so. sudo systemctl mask suspend.target sudo systemctl mask sleep.target because: Systemd manages all of this. There's a million ways for something to trigger a shutdown, including gnome/kde, NetworkManager and of course systemd itself. The sleep and suspend targets, just like shutdown are "static" i.e. core built-in units that can not be disabled. Hello, I have a small issue with the last fedora update: Problem 1: cannot install the best update candidate for package vlc-core-1:3.0.11-4.fc32.x86_64 - nothing provides libebml.so.5()(64bit) needed by vlc-core-1:3.0.11-7.fc32.x86_64 - nothing provides libmatroska.so.7()(64bit) needed by vlc-core-1:3.0.11-7.fc32.x86_64 Problem 2: package vlc-1:3.0.11-7.fc32.x86_64 requires vlc-core(x86-64 Fedora 32 doesn't suspend unused HDD. This is weird. I'm using Gnome Disks to enable power management for my HDDs. The partitions on one of them are only mounted on The runlevels assigned a specific purpose on vanilla Fedora installs (0, 1, 3, 5, and 6) have a 1:1 mapping with a specific systemd target. However, this is not the case for user-defined runlevels 2 and 4.
How to disable the hibernate and suspend buttons in KDE Description: The suspend and hibernate features of Linux can be unreliable. To prevent this feature from being used accidentally, the suspend and hibernate buttons can be disabled in KDE. Tested Distributions: Fedora 10; Instructions: As root: Make a backup copy of /usr/bin/pm-is-supported
But they are not all the same bug, because suspend/resume fails on different systems for different reasons. For example, my desktop has never been able to suspend/resume with Fedora, while it has always worked on my laptop. I suggest you reopen all those bugs and perhaps create (or find, it may already exist) a single suspend/resume issues meta
Fedora 32 doesn't suspend unused HDD. This is weird. I'm using Gnome Disks to enable power management for my HDDs. The partitions on one of them are only mounted on
pm-suspend-hybrid Hybrid-suspend is the process where the system does everything it needs to hibernate, but suspends instead of shutting down. This means that your computer can wake up quicker than for normal hibernation if you do not run out of power, and you can resume even if you run out of power.