SOLVED: Radeon firmware offered on Intel 4000 system

SOLVED: Radeon firmware offered on Intel 4000 system

Postby pccobbler » Apr 6th, '21, 01:21

I have an HP laptop with Intel 3rd Generation Core processor including Intel 4000 graphics. There is no graphics card. Today the auto-update offered radeon-firmware. This qualifies as a bug.

Even after I click on the icon in the taskbar and decline the update, the icon remains in the taskbar, taking up valuable real estate. I do not have a problem with executing "dnf update" in a terminal. I modified the update schedule to 24 hours and the first start to 30 minutes, but is there a way to disable auto-update?
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Re: Radeon firmware offered on Intel 4000 system

Postby sturmvogel » Apr 6th, '21, 11:27

You get offered an update for the already installed radeon-firmware package. Uninstall it and you wont get again the update for it.

If you believe that it is a bug, report it here: https://bugs.mageia.org/
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Re: Radeon firmware offered on Intel 4000 system

Postby doktor5000 » Apr 6th, '21, 17:36

pccobbler wrote:This qualifies as a bug.

No, it does not.
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Re: Radeon firmware offered on Intel 4000 system

Postby pccobbler » Apr 6th, '21, 18:43

Thanks for the replies. I was wrong. I assumed that radeon-firmware would not be installed on a system that had no AMD hardware, but it was installed by default.
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