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rtgsconklin, are you aware of this Lucid stable updates regression ? bug #1190295 appears to be legit with a definite last good version, first bad version.08:47
ubot2`Launchpad bug 1190295 in linux (Ubuntu) "2.6.32-47 kernel update on 10.04 breaks software RAID (+ LVM)" [Medium,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/119029508:47
sconklinrtg: no, thanks!08:49
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rtgsconklin, it might be worth bugging Ben if there are any debian bugs outstanding about this regression.09:20
nessitadiwic, hi there. Saw your comment on the bug, but not sure if I can do anything else on my end... is there any other test/debugging info I can run/provide?12:14
diwicnessita, I'm not sure either, except a long boring git bisect that jsalisbury might help you set up12:16
nessitadiwic, does that involves compiling lots of kernels?12:18
diwicnessita, yup. But usually jsalisbury does that for you, unless you know how to do a git bisect yourself, that is12:18
nessitadiwic, never done a git bisect before, so instructions/help will be appreciated12:21
diwicnessita, I don't do them myself either, and rarely access the kernel team's quick build infrastructure (even though I have access to it). So better ask jsalisbury or someone else in the kernel team12:22
nessitadiwic, where can I find jsalisbury? or who else shall I ask? rtg?12:29
jodhcan anyone offer any insights into the kernel panic on bug 1208455?13:12
ubot2`Launchpad bug 1208455 in linux (Ubuntu) "general protection fault running apt-get inside nested kvm VM" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/120845513:12
ricmmapw: hey15:51
ricmmI've sent 4 critical patches to the mailing list for all touch flavours15:52
ricmmwould be great if someone could take a look15:52
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nessitajsalisbury, hey there, saw your comment on bug #1201528 I have a question: what base system should I use to test those kernels?17:57
ubot2`Launchpad bug 1201528 in linux (Ubuntu Saucy) "[Realtek ALC889] - Audio Playback Unavailable" [Medium,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/120152817:57
nessitaI have a rather empty precise installation with latest raring kernel on it, would that work for these tests?17:58
jsalisburynessita, It's probably best to use Precise, since you didn't see the bug there.  That way the only thing changing is the kernel version.17:59
nessitajsalisbury, ack, is it ok if I install the old kernels next to the raring kernel? (as long as I boot with the right kernel, it should work OK, right?)18:00
nessitaalso, http://kernel.ubuntu.com/~kernel-ppa/mainline/v3.9-rc1-saucy is 404'ing18:01
jsalisburynessita, yes, installing multiple kernels if fine, just select the correct one in grub.  18:01
jsalisburynessita, let me check that link18:01
jsalisburynessita, sorry, that link should be: http://kernel.ubuntu.com/~kernel-ppa/mainline/v3.9-rc1-raring/18:02
nessitajsalisbury, great, thanks a lot! will report findings in the bug18:02
jsalisburynessita, thanks for testing!18:03
nessitajsalisbury, I miss listening to music while working, so happy to!@ :-)18:03
jsalisburynessita, heh, good motivation18:03
joshhunti'm confused on what the hwe stack provides, only in terms of kernel. is hardware support backported to the particular kernel version?18:12
joshhunti came across this: http://askubuntu.com/questions/248914/what-is-hwe-hardware-enablement18:13
joshhuntdoes this mean that the LTS kernels will be updated from time to time, for ex from 3.2 to 3.5, as new hardware support is needed?18:18
joshhuntsorry if this is the wrong place for these questions, if you could suggest another place i'd appreciate it. thx.18:19
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nessitajsalisbury, hey there. Re bug #1201528, I made lots of test with every kernel you suggested, and I'm not sure the results I got make sense. Except for kernel 3.11.0-031100rc4, I couldn't break audio in any kernel from I installed from http://kernel.ubuntu.com/~kernel-ppa/mainline. But I can easily break older kernels from "apt repo", such as 3.8.0-27 or 3.8.0-19, or a raring or saucy boot from a live pendrive20:39
ubot2`Launchpad bug 1201528 in linux (Ubuntu Saucy) "[Realtek ALC889] - Audio Playback Unavailable" [Medium,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/120152820:39
nessitajsalisbury, is there any different on kernels from repos, when compared to kernels from http://kernel.ubuntu.com/~kernel-ppa/mainline ?20:40

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