Please start a Fedora 34 repository, so we can update and test F34 against insync, before most users migrate to F34 after 27th of April.
➜ ~ cat /etc/yum.repos.d/insync.repo [insync] name=insync repo baseurl=http://yum.insync.io/fedora/$releasever/ http://yum.insync.io/fedora/33/ gpgcheck=1 gpgkey=https://d2t3ff60b2tol4.cloudfront.net/repomd.xml.key enabled=1 metadata_expire=120m
There you go This will first try the repository for whichever Fedora version you are currently running, and fall back to the one for Fedora 33 if it doesn´t exist.
There is unlikely to be a difference between the package for Fedora 33 and the one for Fedora 34, so you wouldn´t lose out on anything. But doing this will allow you to use the Fedora 33 repository, and automatically be switched to the Fedora 34 one whenever it becomes available.
I’m on Fedora 34 (beta) right now and Insync (installed according to previous instructions) is not starting (no application/icon and no sync).
Version installed is latest: insync-184.108.40.206942-fc30.x86_64.rpm
Here’s the error message in dmsg:
traps: insync trap int3 ip:7f11ab556095 sp:7ffcc9d2fea0 error:0 in libglib-2.0.so.0[7f11ab51b000+82000]
Hello, I have the same issue on debian after upgrading to bookworm:
kernel: [68908.927396] traps: insync trap int3 ip:7f6799c1bd35 sp:7ffe6b626310 error:0 in libglib-2.0.so.0[7f6799be3000+7e000]
Please fix it.
I’ve forwarded this to our engineers and will update you asap!
Hi again, @7898989999
Per our engineer, Debian Bookworm seems to be in the early stages of dev/testing – we’ll line it up for an improvement once we determine the approach in fixing issues in our build processes.
This is the first time on debian/testing in many years, that I am not able to start insync at all. Anyway I switched to insync-headlesss, that works okay and I found that it is maybe better interface than the gui
I see! Thank you for sending this update