osmosissoren: thats the problem though, its not 2.6.24-8 ... it says  http://packages.ubuntu.com/hardy/admin/xen-image-2.6.19-4-server 04:15
osmosissoren: err...i see, different name.04:15
osmosissoren: wonder why the old package is still there too.04:16
osmosisnew, http://packages.ubuntu.com/hardy/base/linux-image-2.6.24-7-xen04:19
osmosisyay! has amd64 support too.04:20
eradicushi kraut, do you have any idea why i get module.h not found, even if I have installed the header and source and had my /usr/src/linux pointed to the right kernel source?08:42
krauteradicus: did you do a find on the source-tree to find that file?08:46
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aboganieradicus: /usr/src/linux is a old-style linux source auto-pointer. Now /lib/modules/`uname -r`/build is used instead.09:03
aboganicheck to have linux-headers-generic installed.09:04
eradicusabogani: so i have to redefine /usr/src/linux to point to /lib/modules/`uname -r`/build ?09:07
Keybukresume from suspend consistently fails on this laptop under hardy09:18
Tonio_hi there11:18
Tonio_there is a patch for alsa and macbook that was on feisty and was lost during the edgy dev cycle...11:19
Tonio_I discussed with crimsun_ about including it again and he is okay on rationale11:19
Tonio_here is the patch http://paste.toniox.org/281311:19
Tonio_it closes bug 8725311:19
ubotuLaunchpad bug 87253 in linux-source-2.6.20 "internal speakers do not work on MacBook Pro" [Low,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/8725311:19
Tonio_sound support on the concernd macbooks is only partial with the current driver (I can confirm the issue, I have one of those macbooks)11:20
Tonio_I hope this patch can be included to the current kernel before hardy is released !11:20
JanCGTonio_, you might want to reopen that bug (or open a new one) with the patch attached11:44
Tonio_JanCG: sure ;)11:51
amitkTonio_: just modify the existing bug 11:53
amitkTonio_: target it to linux-2.6.24, hardy11:54
amitkI assume you have tested Hardy and it still doesn't work for you?11:54
Tonio_amitk: without the patch, no it doesn't work ;)11:55
amitkTonio_: any reason why this patch hasn't made it upstream yet?11:56
Tonio_amitk: they probably want something more generic that doing depending the dev id11:59
Tonio_amitk: I suspect that the "if (codec->revision_id == 0x103401) -> else" isn't very welcomed11:59
Tonio_amitk: btw crimsun_ would know more on that point, as it did the patch for feisty11:59
Tonio_amitk: https://bugs.edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/8725312:02
ubotuLaunchpad bug 87253 in linux "internal speakers do not work on MacBook Pro" [Medium,New] 12:02
Tonio_amitk: I hope I filed it the good way, please lemme know if that's not correct ;)12:03
amitkTonio_: looks good12:05
amitkTonio_: although, for future reference, you should have left the old package (linux-source-2.6.20) in there and just add a new one for the hardy kernel, to maintain history.12:10
Tonio_hum true..... I'll change that12:11
Tonio_amitk: https://bugs.edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/8725312:16
ubotuLaunchpad bug 87253 in linux-source-2.6.20 "internal speakers do not work on MacBook Pro" [Medium,Fix released] 12:16
Tonio_amitk: should be okay now12:16
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BenCamitk, rtg, smb, king_: ping16:59
smbBenC: here16:59
rtgBenC: yo16:59
* BenC waits for king and his new super fast cable line to respond17:00
king_BenC: my cable is fast - I was just busy! 17:02
king_BenC: ..busy downloading loads of stuff :-)17:03
BenCOk, welcome to the Ubuntu Kernel Team meeting. As usual, you can find the agenda, as well as past minutes, at this location: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/KernelTeam/Meeting17:03
BenCNot much in the way of team status...17:04
BenCrtg: How about a quick overview of the -9 kernel aimed for Alpha 5, and the state of re-upload?17:04
rtgthe big items in -9 are /dev/mem and /dev/kmem protection.17:04
rtgworking on getting -9 to build, but no upload until after A5.17:05
rtgalso working on some ABI issues raised by Fabio.17:05
rtgALSA modules create a different ABI then the kernel.17:05
rtglinux-meta has some deficcienties that need fixed.17:06
rtgthats about all for me.17:06
smbrtg: This will also get lum pulled freshly, won't it? Cause I had to fixup the dmraid4517:06
rtgsmb: yep17:06
smbrtg: Good:)17:06
rtgbut not until thursday late.17:06
BenCAlright, sounds like we have everything under control, even if the deadline for upload did get missed17:07
rtgBenC: back to you...17:07
BenCrtg: when was -9 uploaded?17:07
BenCthe first upload17:08
rtgthe linux-headers package was fubar'd.17:08
BenCOk, that's part of the reason for missing the A5 freeze...deadline for upload of kernel was Sunday17:08
rtgthe its serendipitous, huh?17:09
BenCnot a problem, but something to watch out for17:09
BenCNext up, QA bug list for the kernel, which seems to have been knocked out very well since last week17:10
BenCThe only thing I'd comment on right now is we have 11 bugs in the past column that are not assigned to anyone, so we should either close as wont-fix, or one of us pick them up17:11
BenCGood job on getting things handled from last week though17:11
BenCWell, other than that, we are pretty much done...anyone want to comment one anything?17:13
amitkperhaps it is good to announce the patch deadline17:14
BenCamitk: the patch deadline is rolling, and it's always the day before the kernel upload window starts17:14
amitkBenC: aah. I misunderstood it then. Nevermind.17:15
BenCMaybe it would be a good idea to link to the read-only ubuntu-kernel-release-schedule google cal though17:16
BenCWe can add it to the KernelTeam wiki resources17:16
king_BenC: Does this mean we should refrain from putting in large patches into the kernel now?17:16
BenCThe kernel freeze itself isn't until March 4th17:17
BenCbut we should take care with whatever patches are going in right now17:18
BenCOnce we hit kernel freeze, we aren't doing anything except major bug fixes17:18
king_OK -  I am probably going to refrain from putting a large and hairy patch for the broadcom b43 driver then ...17:18
king_..especially as there is a NDIS wrapper solution17:19
rtg2.6.24.2 already has  a big patch for B43.17:19
BenCWe may have some alternative with regard to b4317:19
king_rtg: And there is another one for a specific revision 02 of a board. I think it should wait17:20
BenCOk, if there's nothing further...17:20
rtgking_: depends. does it help? b43 is largely non-functional from what I can tell.17:20
BenCOk, meeting adjourned...have a great week everyone, and thanks for attending17:24
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johanbrrtg: Do you mean non-functional in general? If so, I think that's an exaggeration.18:01
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smagoun_The git tag for the 2.6.24-8.13 LUM upload doesn't match what's in the source package. Is that intentional?18:13
smagoun_amitk: ^^^^18:26
amitksmagoun_: yes. Since the top commit of PPA packages is thrown away when we rebase to latest hardy19:10
smagoun_amitk: I'm referring to the Hardy LUM, not the one in the PPA. For example, commit 80b905953dde820e13869e1859427baaa0bba3ba is included in the 2.6.24-8.13 source tarball, but it's not present in the 2.6.24-8.13 tag in the Hardy LUM tree19:12
amitksmagoun_: rtg probably repushed the 'UBUNTU: Ubuntu-2.6.24-8.13' commit, thereby nuking the old id. rtg, commit f0b376c9ec128db651d83d9f690af7351d6d2a37 should have the Ubuntu-2.6.24-8.13 tag, you need to delete the old tag and create a new one point to this commit.19:27
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smagoun_amitk: That clears things up for me. Thanks for the help!19:48
rtgsmagoun_: Hardy LUM tags are corrected.19:53
smagoun_rtg: thanks20:00
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aboganiI'm incredible stupid :-(23:57
abogani_MMA_, Bug #193078... Perhaps too much punches? :-(23:59
ubotuLaunchpad bug 193078 in linux-ubuntu-modules-2.6.22 "quickcam module will not load in rt kernel" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/19307823:59

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