I'm just about to push an update to Kodi to version 18.7.
General bug fixes.
Kodi has been updated to version 18.7 as a general bug fix release.
Uploaded to core/updates_testing
There is a problem with libfmt.so.5 being replaced by libfmt.so.6 in the build
of fmt-6.2.1-1.mga7, which is also now in the update testing repo, but hasn't
been assigned to qa yet ...
The following packages have to be removed for others to be upgraded:
(due to missing libfmt.so.5()(64bit))
# rpm -q -f /usr/lib64/libfmt.so.5
Adding neoclust to the cc list as the packager who submitted the fmt srpm.
kodi already installed during the bug 26772 update.
Installed the rest of the packages and ran kodi from the cli.
It works generally speaking; could view images, play videos...
Tried adding a video by specifying the full path and name and that appeared in a menu (?) but would not play - came back with "file share cannot be found", which is completely baffling, but that is kodi all over.
Giving this an OK anyway.
Len, I believe you meant Bug 26672, didn't you?
If you are happy with it, I guess I am. Validating. Advisory in Comment 1.
@TJ regarding comment 4.
Yes, installing kodi in Bug 26672 and running it was part of the update test so all that needed to be done here was to check that it is still functional.
Pushed along with latest libreoffice.
thank you :)