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OpenMandriva Lx 4.0 Beta Errata - Known Issues

OpenMandriva Lx 4.0 is a new release. In order to keep current with latest changes in Linux, computer security issues, and computer code writing there are major changes in OM Lx4.

As with any release, there are still issues and bugs that may not have been resolved. This page documents known issues that may cause inconvenience and where possible details how they may be worked around.

It is recommended that you read the latest release notes on our wiki.


This is a Beta product, and it is not aimed to be used in a production environment. It is released for testing and bug hunting. It may have problems. If you download and test this product, please report your findings and problems in the forum and in our issue tracking system. Thank you very much.

For Beta release there is no support for proprietary graphic drivers

In future releases when proprietary graphic driver packages are available user will need to install these from command line.

NVIDIA Graphics Cards

This release includes the reverse engineered nouveau driver, which gives moderately good support for most NVIDIA cards. For some dual-screen work it is actually better than NVIDIA binary driver as it supports screen rotation on a second monitor, which is useful for monitors with rotatable screens.

The drivers from nvidia web site are not supported. These can't be supported for a number of reasons.

When these drivers do become available in later releases user will need to install and configure these from command line.

Why doesn't urpmi work?

Major changes for OM Lx 4 include switching from rpm5/URPMI to rpm.org/DNF for package management. This will require users to get used to new commands if they use command line, DNF. There is an overlay package for those used to urpmi/urpme called dnf-URPM. It will translate a lot of the more common urpmi and urpme command to dnf while users get use to the dnf commands. This is meant to be a transition package while users get used to dnf. This package will need to be installed by user. To install dnf-URPM open Konsole and run:

   sudo dnf install dnf-URPM

Where did OMCC/drakconf Control Center tool go?

OMCC/drakconf and drakxtools will be replaced with newer, more up to date, software. The first step in this process is dnfdragora available for user testing on the Lx 4.0 Beta1 release.
dnfdragora is a replacement for rpmdrake. More software will be added to upcoming releases. Also Discover is working with dnf.

LibreOffice missing of libreoffice-kde5 package

libreoffice-kde5 is not installed by default in Beta1, currently is optional because it has stability and possibly other issues. Install of the libreoffice-kde5 package is a user decision. It does result in an improvement of the look of LibreOffice on KDE/Plasma5 desktop and perhaps has some integration features with KDE/Plasma5 desktop also.