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  • Jul 18 04:27
    agrez commented #37
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Vaughan Agrez
@agrez
Thanks @mavit for your input here. I have been wondering if anyone had tried this yet. Usually if there were issues I would have heard about it by now, so I guess the upgrade process is working fairly smoothly at present.
sbadux
@sbadux
@agrez @mavit can you please tell me how to update from 27 to 29? I would like to update but I don't know how to do it
Peter Oliver
@mavit
I used the standard Fedora upgrade procedure, described https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/DNF_system_upgrade
and summarised at
sbadux
@sbadux
Thanks a lot @mavit I'm starting the update now :)
sbadux
@sbadux
The upgrade process worked fine also for me. Thanks a lot. I had to remove almost all the programs because I'm using a 8GB SD Card, but then it worked.
Vaughan Agrez
@agrez
Yep, standard upgrade procedure for Fedora should be all that is required. Glad to see it worked for you @sbadux. :thumbsup:
itisthec
@itisthec
Merry Christmas or Seasons Greetings depending on your inclinations, and Happy New Year all! Quick question with regard to [q]
Not sure if I'll do a lxqt release yet......[\q] if i am running 27.1 with lxqt and upgrade to 29.1 - will it work? i am guess not, because their won't be packages for the lxqt environment?
itisthec
@itisthec
upgrade to 29 (from 27) went fine on pi i have that is headless (doesn't run any windowing and thus no lxqt)
Vaughan Agrez
@agrez
hi @itisthec. Thank you and Merry Christmas and HNY to you :-) As for upgrading your LXQt install, it will upgrade fine but you will end up with Fedora's default LXQt packages, which presently have a few issues with them.
If you enable our testing repo, you will get some Fedberry LXQt updates (ie. bug fixes) I was working on at the end of last year. The packages fix some issues but not all, hence they live in testing for the moment. Due to various reasons I haven't had time over the past month to make any more progress with fixing up LXQt. Sometimes real life just gets in the way. :-/
itisthec
@itisthec
second headless machine with successful 27->29 upgrade
RiaanPretoriusSA
@RiaanPretoriusSA
hi guys, i upgraded from fedberry 28 -> 29, i had issues. refused to upgrade then i used a old redhat trick to upgrade the release file to complete the upgrade
but there fedberry repo seems offline? Failed to synchronize cache for repo 'fedberry', ignoring this repo.
anyone know anything about this?
RiaanPretoriusSA
@RiaanPretoriusSA
also http://fedberry.org/ appears down that the repo links to?
Vaughan Agrez
@agrez
hmmm.... yes, download.fedberry.org seems to be down.....
@Gormartsen can you see any reason why?
Gor Martsen
@Gormartsen
Hi checking
Vaughan Agrez
@agrez
Thanks! :thumbsup:
Gor Martsen
@Gormartsen
sorry, forgot to pay domain name
just paid
will be back as soon as posible
Vaughan Agrez
@agrez
that was an easy fix :-)
thankyou!
Gor Martsen
@Gormartsen
np
sbadux
@sbadux
Hello, i've launched dnf update today
NetworkManager update (i guess) seems to completely broke my network connection
I can't even ping 192.168.1.1. Someone else with this problem?
It just boots on a terminal, not even the GUI :(
sbadux
@sbadux
At boot i can se "Dependency error" for Network Manager and some others software. Unfortunatly I can't rollback the updates because I've not internet
Vaughan Agrez
@agrez
Hi @sbadux. I haven't hit this issue but I haven't updated since the beginning of the week. When I get home from work tonight I will take a look.
I haven't pushed any Fedberry updates for a week or so now, so its likely an update from Fedora that has broken something. In the past its usually been Fedora's selinux updates that break stuff... :-/
sbadux
@sbadux
Hello, I have an .img of my SD Card with Fedberry 27 (unfortunately not 29). I've restored it and then updated again to 29. Same problem again. Now I'll stay on 27 for a while. Please let me know if you get the same error. I have a RasPi 2. Thanks!
Vaughan Agrez
@agrez
Ok, I can reproduce it on my f29 RPi's. Seem the systemd update is the culprit. They have removed the dbus.service in favour of dbus-daemon.service and it has caused breakage for us :-(
A quick fix for everyone hit by this bug is as root run: systemctl enable dbus-daemon then reboot.
I will push a fix for Fedberry ASAP, which should (hopefully) stop this from happening to anyone else.
Vaughan Agrez
@agrez
ok, I've pushed a fix to stable which seems to stop it happening on my test systems. Hopefully not too many people have got bitten! Thanks for reporting it @sbadux.
sbadux
@sbadux
Thank you for your work and the quick fix. Now I'm going to update to F29 again and I'll see what happens :)
sbadux
@sbadux
Hello, just finished to update and now everything works fine. Thanks!
Vaughan Agrez
@agrez
:thumbsup:
Paulo Lopes
@pmlopes
Hi, I am thinking of switching from raspbian to fedberry since I'm more comfortable with Ron based systems. I've a question about packages, are the packages coming from upstream fedora? Say for exams that I'm interested on running openjdk 11 (not available on raspbian but on upstream fedora) is it also available on fedberry?
Vaughan Agrez
@agrez
Hi @pmlopes. By default we enable and use Fedora's repos, so anything in Fedora armhfp repos will be also available in Fedberry.
Paulo Lopes
@pmlopes
:+1: thanks
Miguel Azevedo
@mlaz
Hi, I am running fedberry 29 on a raspberry pi3, flashed the sd card and then copied the headless file from your repo
no ipv4 address on my eth0 dev
does anyone know what's happening here ?
btw I am using minimal
Miguel Azevedo
@mlaz
ok i just solved it