dandelthe kernel has a acpi regression on certain toshiba laptops. ( not sure how to read this tho )02:19
dandel@bug 29432302:20
ubot3Malone bug 294323 in linux "Special Function keys broken after upgrade ( Toshiba Satilite P305D, 2.6.27 kernel) (dup-of: 261318)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/29432302:20
ubot3Malone bug 261318 in linux "Regression: new Toshiba Laptop Support (tlsup) driver breaks Toshiba hotkeys; input device does not support 'kbd' input handler" [High,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/26131802:20
pwnguindandel: intrepid or jaunty?02:44
pwnguindandel: fwiw, my laptop acpi keys work today, they didnt a few datys ago02:45
dandelintrepid/jaunty from hardy02:55
dandeli used the jaunty kernel on intrepid and the keys worked.02:55
dandelhowever when i do a suspend it kicks out almost always and the battery power don't always read the status right.02:55
dandeli posted the bug details too, i checked everything, and some change in how interrupts where handled caused this.02:56
dandeli even included the traceback i got during boot too... 1 sec... going to boot up the laptop, is the update path from 8.10 to 9.04 cleared to not fail in any manner?03:00
dandeloh, and when i turn the laptop off with shutdown on the 2.6.27 and 2.6.28 kernels it resets the system03:02
dandelok... 2.6.28-5 disables irq9 on me... with the latest dev files.05:55
dandeland suspend is just as broken as ever.06:17
dandel@bug 29432307:10
ubot3Malone bug 294323 in linux "Special Function keys broken after upgrade ( Toshiba Satilite P305D, 2.6.27 kernel) (dup-of: 261318)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/29432307:10
ubot3Malone bug 261318 in linux "Regression: new Toshiba Laptop Support (tlsup) driver breaks Toshiba hotkeys; input device does not support 'kbd' input handler" [High,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/26131807:10
dandeli got the update done, to the 2.6.28 kernel, however regression is still there on suspend07:11
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* popey pokes apw with bug 321813 (as suggested by Ng)10:34
ubot3Malone bug 321813 in gnome-power-manager "[jaunty] system re-suspends itself after wake from suspend" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/32181310:34
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Ng(I spied apw mention a similar thing elsewhere around the same time popey mentioned it ;)10:35
apwpopey, ?10:37
apwyeah i am whining about it10:38
apwpopey, ahhh ... yes your bug is a dup10:39
dballesterhi to all10:39
apwpopey, bug #30631010:40
ubot3Malone bug 306310 in linux "Resume (from memory) goes back to sleep automatically" [Medium,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/30631010:40
dballesterI'm using desktop ubuntu 8.10 kernel 2.6.27-9-generic x86_64, looking for /proc/sys/vm/page_cache and doesn't exist. Do you know if you use any patch invalidating the user to modify the % of memory usable as cache?10:40
dballesteror have you introduced a new way to do it?10:41
popeythanks apw 10:43
apwi did a fair bit of analysis on it and on my laptop there seem to be two separate buttons pressed, and and xevent detected.  i suspect if you get 'only' two suspends for each press, that you get one hal key and one xevent10:44
apwyou should find things ok if you use user-switcher menu to suspend10:45
apwpopey, could you test the user-switcher suspend10:52
popeyyes, thats fine10:54
apwperfect, so it does sound exactly like the one i have marked it dup of10:55
apwi am not convinced it is a kernel issue.  or i should say its possible that getting two hardware keys like i do for a triple suspend may well be10:55
apwbut i think there is an interaction between X and hal which is triggering the remaining (your only) two suspends10:56
popeywould xev tell me if I'm getting two events?10:57
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LimCoreit seems that sata performance is epically low in some ubuntu kernels. I get x10 slower time transfer (6 MB/s) then normal for this hard drive (60 mb/s)... Any chance to have this fixed soon?13:39
LimCoreIm on ubuntu 8.04 amd64  2.6.24-22-generic13:40
ubot3Malone bug 119730 in linux-source-2.6.22 "Slow SATA performance" [Undecided,Won't fix] 13:40
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klotzI have installed linux-crashdump in Intrepid and am getting "memory not reserved" on reboot; I would like to debug a kernel crash.  I have searched launchpad.  Can anyone help me validate my linux-crashdump procedure?17:33
CarlFK1klotz: I have no idea what crashdump is, but do you know about netconsole?18:12
CarlFK1(sounds like it may be the same)18:12
CarlFK1klotz: on buggy box: modprobe netconsole netconsole="@/,@"18:13
klotzlinux-crashdump preserves vmcore after a crash and lets you analyze it; I am filing a bug on it not working and will post bug number here.  But thanks for news on netconsole.  I will read up on it; perhaps there is some dmesg output being lost.  Thank you CarlFKl.18:14
CarlFK1on box: $ netcat -u -l -p 113318:15
klotzThanks I will do that, CarlFK1.  Bug for linux-crashdump installation is 321970.18:17
klotzCarlFK1 I used "@/,6892@192.168.x.y/" since I wasn't sure 1133 was default port or not. thanks!18:26
CarlFK1did it dump anything?18:26
klotzNo output from netcat yet.  modprobe succeeded.  dmesg says "network logging started"18:27
CarlFK1whoops, 1133 isn't...  6666 is :018:27
ubot3Malone bug 317227 in linux "skb_over_panic skbuff.c:128 invalid opcode: 0000 [1] SMP " [High,Triaged] 18:27
CarlFK1thre is where I used it18:27
klotzThanks CarlFK1 I will run this and verify later.  Thanks for all the help.18:29
CarlFK1glad I could help18:29
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JesperHansenIs it possible to compile the Atheros 802.11 from module-assistant? If yes, then what is the name of the wireless card in MA?23:44
maxbJesperHansen: "the Atheros 802.11"? You mean the ath5k driver?23:45
maxbOr possibly ath9k23:45
maxbor possibly even madwifi23:45
JesperHansenye... Perhaps one of them. I only see the alias in Hardware Drivers23:46
maxbok, well, first up: Which release of Ubuntu are you using? And then, why do you want to compile it?23:48
JesperHansen8.10 and I want to use the 2.6.28 kernel tree so I can get ext4, so I can get rid of the intense fsync() hang in firefox on sqlite commits23:49
maxbI'm not aware of an m-a packaging of the module but if you are building your own kernel, why not just build the atheros module as part of it?23:51
JesperHansenatheros module is in the 2.6.28 tree?23:52
maxbWell, it's certainly in the 2.6.28 jaunty kernel, which I assume means its in the standard tree23:53
mjg59Yes, ath5k and ath9k are both in .2823:53
* JesperHansen sets in for a compile23:55

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