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kingsleyWhere are the "boot=" and "iso-scan/filename=" kernel boot options documented?02:29
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brendandhenrix, what's the timescale for this to reach regression testing again: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/1172023?08:55
ubot2Launchpad bug 1172023 in Kernel SRU Workflow verification-testing "linux: 3.5.0-28.48 -proposed tracker" [Medium,In progress]08:55
brendandhenrix, also, is precise definitely not being respun? https://bugs.launchpad.net/kernel-sru-workflow/+bug/116743608:56
ubot2Launchpad bug 1167436 in Kernel SRU Workflow certification-testing "linux: 3.2.0-41.65 -proposed tracker" [Medium,In progress]08:56
apwdiwic, hey ... can you shove some 'short paragraph' for your release note, into the bug description section please09:15
apwbug #116998409:15
ubot2Launchpad bug 1169984 in Release Notes for Ubuntu "Either oops or opening device fails with -ENODEV, with HDMI audio" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/116998409:15
diwicapw, ack09:15
diwicapw, have a look and see if you think it's reasonable09:18
apwdiwic, i'll get that in shortly, thanks09:27
apwdiwic, great, i have applied word smithing to it and shoved it in the release notes, but that was good09:45
diwicapw, ack, thanks09:52
diwicapw, didn't know if you should mention the oops and the -enodev stuff but it seemed to technical for end-user release notes09:52
apwdiwic, yeah not too techy in there, point at the bug for those who care11:16
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rtgapw, https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/kernel-team/2013-April/027860.html12:24
bjfbrendand, did you test that kernel ?13:08
brendandbjf, yes. it worked. but somehow so did -proposed. voodoo magic13:08
bjfbrendand, bug 1172023 is ready for you now13:15
ubot2Launchpad bug 1172023 in Kernel SRU Workflow "linux: 3.5.0-28.48 -proposed tracker" [Medium,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/117202313:15
rtgcking, apw: rebooting gomeisa for kernel update13:48
brendandbjf, - i meant to ask, can our testing that we did already for the 28.47 kernel remain valid?13:49
brendandbjf, also is precise clear in terms of regressions? there was one being investigated right?13:51
bjfbrendand, that's like saying "we found a possible regression but we don't want to test your fix"13:51
bjfbrendand, precise had the same issues as quantal and has been respun13:52
bjfbrendand, bug 117246413:52
ubot2Launchpad bug 1172464 in Kernel SRU Workflow "linux: 3.2.0-41.66 -proposed tracker" [Medium,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/117246413:52
bjfbrendand, as far as bug 1172023, you do what you think is best13:53
ubot2Launchpad bug 1172023 in Kernel SRU Workflow "linux: 3.5.0-28.48 -proposed tracker" [Medium,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/117202313:53
brendandbjf, that's not what i'm saying - i'm asking for your recommendation13:53
brendandbjf, given what you know about the delta between 28.48 and 28.4713:53
bjfbrendand, it's two patches. one fixes a sandybridge gpu hang. the other deals with locking in th fb driver and can show up in plymouth during boot13:54
bjfbrendand, my recomendation would be that yes, you retest13:55
brendandbjf, ok - then we need an extension13:55
bjfbrendand, i'm ok with that ... anytime we have a regression and spin a new kernel we assume we may not meet the 3 week schedule13:56
bjfbrendand, we don't expect people to work miracles13:56
rtgchiluk, rebooting tangerine for kernel update14:04
argesanybody seeing bluetooth not working on thinkpads? i'm on a T420, doesn't even show up on rfkill list14:20
bjfbrendand, bug 1172464 is ready for you and my guidance is the same there. i'm aware that you will not be able to get this all tested this week. thanks.14:33
ubot2Launchpad bug 1172464 in Kernel SRU Workflow "linux: 3.2.0-41.66 -proposed tracker" [Medium,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/117246414:33
rtghmm, could be the wrong day to run phablet-flash14:38
* rtg opens ubuntu-saucy repo15:13
ogra_dont put to much sauce in :P15:16
evrsalveti: where does the source for the phablet kernel live? We've been looking at ubuntu-nexus7.git trying to pull apart bug 1167415, but that's apparently not whats on the nexus.15:24
ubot2Launchpad bug 1167415 in touch-preview-images "android kernel ignores /proc/sys/kernel/core_pattern" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/116741515:24
rtgev, http://phablet.ubuntu.com/gitweb?p=CyanogenMod/android_kernel_asus_grouper.git;a=summary15:25
evthanks rtg 15:25
rtgev, we're still working on getting an Ubuntu'ized kernel on the N715:26
evrtg: yeah, apw was saying15:26
evI'll be popping in next week to see how that's going and see if it solves our core dump issue15:27
rsalvetiev: we're still using from this tree, but later we'll be switching to the one from ubuntu15:28
rtgogasawara, we can delete the ubuntu-raring-lbm.git repo, yes ?16:01
ogasawarartg: yep, there's nothing in there16:08
rtgogasawara, its gone16:08
jdstrandogasawara: hi! is https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/Dev/ABIPackages up to date?16:54
jdstrandogasawara: is there no linux-backports-modules package for raring?16:57
rtgjdstrand, there is not16:57
rtgonly for precise16:57
jdstrandrtg: well, quantal has one, but that's fine. thanks :)16:58
rtgjdstrand, that was an oversight :)16:58
jdstrandrtg: so, does https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/Dev/ABIPackages look up to date to you?16:58
rtgjdstrand, checking16:58
jdstrandrtg: (for raring)16:58
rtgjdstrand, it doesn't have the nexus kernels, but then I'm not sure it needs to.16:59
jdstrandok, I'll wait on ogasawara 17:00
jdstrandlinux-ti-omap4 seems to exist for raring as well, but it isn't listed17:00
rtgjdstrand, infinity is pocket copying ti-omap4 from Quantal17:00
jdstrandI see, ok, thanks17:01
ogasawarajdstrand: it is up to date and quite lean.  indeed there is no lbm and we agreed to pocket copy ti-omap4 from quantal but it's not getting any official security support or bug fixing in Raring17:11
ogasawarajdstrand: I didn't throw the phablet kernels there either as it's my understanding we're not officially supporting those either17:12
ogasawarajdstrand: not from a security point of view anyways17:12
jdstrandogasawara: ok, that's cool. I like how lean it is :)17:12
jdstrandogasawara: thanks :)17:12
* rtg -> lunch17:29
amitkbjf: what is the rt email id? :)17:49
wmpwe know about 3.8.0-19 broken audio?17:49
wmp-19 and -1818:06
rtgamitk, rt@admin.canonical.com ?18:07
amitkrtg: found it, thanks18:07
wmphttps://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/1172830 18:12
ubot2Launchpad bug 1172830 in linux (Ubuntu) "3.8.0-18 and 3.8.0-19 hasn't audio" [Undecided,New]18:12
backjlackI've run into a soft lockup with precise, amd64: http://pastie.org/private/yjhhnettm9yrlr9uqgqntq18:14
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rtgbryce, can you create an S-series LTS Backport PPA ?19:51
Sarvattrtg: done20:05
Sarvattsorry about that, thought mlankhorst did it earlier20:05
rtgSarvatt, thanks20:05
* rtg -> EOD20:24
joshhunti saw it was reported yesterday that non-LTS releases will only be supported for 9 mths now. I interpret that to mean that USN updates for kernels will stop 9 mths after release? Can anyone confirm this?20:41
bjfjoshhunt, yes, that is correct21:01
joshhuntbjf: ok thanks21:03
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