apwpgraner, looks like there might be a resume fix for i915 coming through00:58
apwpgraner, do you have ironlake ?00:59
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LLStarksogasawara, this bug was inappropriately closed as a duplicate: bug 23820802:18
ubot2Launchpad bug 238208 in linux "Need MemoryStick driver Ricoh R5C592 (part of R5C832/822chipset) (dup-of: 111089)" [Wishlist,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/23820802:18
ubot2Launchpad bug 111089 in linux "Ricoh R5C822 - MMC cards not detected in built-in memory card reader" [Medium,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/11108902:18
LLStarksthere is no r592 driver for ubuntu02:18
LLStarksgotta install manually with this: http://gitorious.org/ricoh-kernel02:19
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hertonapw, ok besides LP#713769, also LP#716811 should be fixed as well on rebase to rc511:44
hertonLP#716811 should be fixed by commit acfdf5c11:45
rsalvetiherton: please point bugs as bug 713769 instead of LP#713769 at the irc12:22
ubot2Launchpad bug 713769 in linux "natty, invalid opcode: 0000 [#1] SMP" [High,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/71376912:22
rsalvetithen we get the bug description and link12:22
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tgardnersforshee, https://launchpad.net/~kernel-ppa/+archive/pre-proposed14:47
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tgardnerapw, rtg@emerald:~$ cat /proc/version_signature 14:57
tgardnerUbuntu 2.6.38-4.31-server 2.6.38-rc514:57
apwtgardner, very nice ... let me know how stress fairs :)14:58
tgardnerapw, its approaching 30014:58
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JFoapw, smb etc bug 72009515:15
ubot2Launchpad bug 720095 in linux "vsftpd causes memory leak in Lucid" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/72009515:15
smbapw, In case you did not hear. The guess was sounding plausible but it is in since 2.6.32-13.1815:29
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JFo<- lunch16:51
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* tgardner --> lunch19:04
GrueMastertgardner: I'm seeing an issue with the marvel-dove kernel updates for Lucid & Maverick (same kernel I believe).  On both systems, the console is severely corrupted.19:18
GrueMasterI'm remarking bug 712610 as verification-failed and adding a screenshot & comment.19:19
ubot2Launchpad bug 712610 in linux-mvl-dove "linux-mvl-dove:2.6.32-214.30 -proposed tracker" [Undecided,Fix committed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/71261019:19
tgardnerGrueMaster, I replied in the bug.19:35
GrueMastertgardner: I added my reply.  From what I can see, the latest pull is breaking, and the previous kernel in Maverick seems to be the most recent working kernel.  It is 2.6.32-410.27.19:45
GrueMasterI don't know of any kernels beyond that and I have all kernels for maverick on my image.19:46
tgardnerGrueMaster, ok, I'll start producing some bisected kernels, but it won't be until tomorrow.19:46
GrueMasterNP.  I have plenty of other kernel updates to test recently.  :P19:47
GrueMasterBTW:  Will there be a marvel kernel update for Karmic?  If not, don't bother.  I just haven't seen one.19:48
GrueMasterI don't think anyone really used that image anyways.19:48
tgardnerGrueMaster, I'll probably only do CVEs for Karmic, no stable updates. It falls outside the support window after 11.04 is released.19:56
GrueMasterIf there is anything that needs testing, I will need to know as I currently do not have a system setup for it.  I don't even have a karmic image.19:57
tgardnerGrueMaster, well, then. I won't worry about it too much.20:00
* jjohansen -> lunch20:08
tgardnersmb, did you compile test 'bluetooth: Fix missing NULL check, CVE-2010-4242' on Dapper ?20:25
ubot2tgardner: The hci_uart_tty_open function in the HCI UART driver (drivers/bluetooth/hci_ldisc.c) in the Linux kernel 2.6.36, and possibly other versions, does not verify whether the tty has a write operation, which allows local users to cause a denial of service (NULL pointer dereference) via vectors related to the Bluetooth driver. (http://cve.mitre.org/cgi-bin/cvename.cgi?name=CVE-2010-4242)20:25
akgranerapw don't hate me but guess what is happening again...I'll see what information I can get you.  I applied some updates this morning (not sure if that's important or not) and now my machine is topping 80C and it shuts off :-(  20:49
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apwakgraner, still on maverick ?21:00
akgranerapw, I'm to nervous to switch to natty when I only have one computer...21:02
apwakgraner, indeed ... can we have a new bug, so i can mark it as a regression21:03
apwakgraner, do you have -proposed enabled or just -updates?21:04
apwakgraner, include the previous kernel version which is known to be good for comparison21:04
akgranerok I'll file a new bug and start the testing process :-)21:05
bjfapw, akgraner could try -proposed, there were a bunch of stable upstream patches in it, don't know if any were related21:06
apwyeah feel free to install just the kernel from -proposed rather than enabling everything21:06
* bjf crosses his fingers21:07
akgranerbjf,apw cool I don't mind trying different kernels it's sorta fun these days :-)  apw has taught me well..21:07
apwthough her issue therefore is regression-updates which is bad21:07
apwakgraner, abused you enough :)21:07
akgranerapw - I'll get you a bug and some more information by in the morning - thank you!21:08
sconklinin the meantime, cook a sandwich on it21:11
* apw will leave you in sconklin's capable hands :)21:13
apwsconklin, sounds like a regression-update21:14
sconklinapw: noted21:14
sconklinapw: I've cleared ten bugs off the list so far21:17
apwsconklin, good going21:17
apwi'd say thats plenty for one day ... its only officially 4 hours21:18
sconklinwell, I'm into one more and then I think I'm done.21:18
sconklinunless it's really ugly then I'll punt it21:18
apw6 closed ... nice21:18
sconklinapw: heh, the last comment in https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/49052 is actually a question for you21:19
ubot2Ubuntu bug 49052 in linux "no hfs+ journal write support by default (gets mounted as read only)" [Undecided,Confirmed]21:19
apwfor me ?  heh21:19
sconklinbut I suspect I can answer it as easily21:19
apwyeah MAINTAINERS is your friend21:20
apwthanks for cleaning up after me21:20
sconklinwhich mailing list do patch pilot reports get sent to?21:33
sconklinnm, u-devel21:33
apwsconklin, dunno, don't do them myself21:48
hertonapw, for next natty kernel it may be good to rebase again, there was a new fix for the fix of BUG_ON in path lookup21:49
hertoncommit 3abb17e21:49
apwoh can't those people do anything right?21:49
apwi have all the test builds for the next upload about done21:50
apwthis would make me mad21:50
apwherton, i think i'll just cherry that one fix21:51
apwand go with that21:51
hertonyeah, should be fine21:51
hertonI tested without that fix in two machines and didn't experience problems, but some people can have, like reported on LKML21:52
apwyeah as i have not yet pushed, i may as well restart my cycle, only an 1.5hrs wasted21:52
apwherton, thanks for the heads up, that was timely21:55
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alex_Hi guys , I am looking for a little bit of help23:53
alex_I bought an atsc card , and I didnot manage to use corectly em28xx kernel module23:54
alex_anyone could help me to make it work ?23:56
alex_Here is my lsusb output23:57
alex_Bus 002 Device 003: ID eb1a:2875 eMPIA Technology, Inc.  23:57

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