I use standard Fedora installation, GNOME on Xorg. And I am stuck with Fedora 31, which means I cannot update the system anymore and I cannot enjoy up-to-date versions of several apps. Why? Because Fedora 31 is the last version that has working remote screen sharing and I need to use it almost every day.
Fedora 32 remote desktop simply does not work on Xorg. Fedora 33 remote desktop pretends to work on Xorg, however, there is a fatal flaw: as soon as the computer is locked, it is not possible to remotely connect (if there is existing remote connection, it is cut). It works when the computer is unlocked, but leaving your computer unlocked when you are miles away is not a very good idea.
I had to downgrade to Fedora 31 several times because of this, which is far from ideal.
Is there any chance of fix? I imagine that it should be trivial on Fedora 33.
(I have already reported the bug, but either I filed it incorrectly or nobody cares: 1903090 – Remote desktop sharing does not work when host is locked)