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How to communicate broken dnf packages?

asked 2019-01-02 05:40:33 -0600

adlzanchetta gravatar image

This weekend I installed the Tor browser on my Fedora Workstation using dnf by:

sudo  dnf install torbrowser-launcher

All went good. But I had some issues on making it just run after the installation was complete. Python was always missing a module. I was only able to run it properly after installing additional the following dnf packages: python2-gpg and python2-requests.

It seems everything was there, just the dependency was not properly set up in the Fedora's dnf repository.

Is that the case? If so, how can I communicate the dev team about that issue?

PS: first time posting. Sorry if I am in the wrong place. I just want to support.

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answered 2019-01-02 08:44:14 -0600

villykruse gravatar image

For packaged provided by fedora post a bug report at Redhat Bugzilla.

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answered 2019-01-02 09:26:42 -0600

I have tor installed and using it. I recommend installing it directly without using dnf. It is recommended that you download tor browser directly. The browser can be installed through a web page, installed using the rpm package, and used normally. Please refer to the address below.

https://ask.fedoraproject.org/en/question/128728/tor-browser-not-running-in-fedora-29/#130692
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