GiGaHuRtZAnyone awake? I asked a kernel question in #ubuntu+1 cause sometimes people are knowledgeable there with this stuff05:00
GiGaHuRtZAnyway, I like to test upcoming kernels.  And since the ppa mainline mirror, is no longer a ppa and doesnt work like a apt mirror. I wrote a simple script to use as a cron job05:01
GiGaHuRtZAnd it grabs the 2 heads and the linux image of the daily build, and installs them via dpkg05:01
GiGaHuRtZMy question is, I know there is a 3.11rc3>rc4>rc5 (as of midnight EST) dir05:02
GiGaHuRtZBut I have been grabbing from the daily dir http://kernel.ubuntu.com/~kernel-ppa/mainline/daily/current/05:02
GiGaHuRtZAnd the dailies are like 3.11-99999999 or whatever, and I know 9999999 usually denotes daily05:03
GiGaHuRtZMy question is, inbetween rcX releases, those dailies include newer code not yet put into the rcX branch, right?05:03
GiGaHuRtZSo if I want newest, my current script grabbing from the daily dir, would be the best bet?05:04
GiGaHuRtZrazther than http://kernel.ubuntu.com/~kernel-ppa/mainline/v3.11-rc5-saucy/ or whatever newest rc there is05:04
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tjaaltonwhat's holding back 3.11 from saucy?08:02
smbtjaalton, Appears to be something about "out of date" with the di modules... Wished I could understand Britney better...08:05
tjaaltonoh, needs d-i rebuild?08:06
tjaaltonmakes sense08:06
smbThough I thought that now should happen automatic... So probably something holding that08:06
tjaaltonah, ok08:07
smbGuess we have to wait till infinity wakes up or rtg08:08
mwhudsonis there someone i can bribe to have http://git.kernel.org/cgit/linux/kernel/git/torvalds/linux.git/commit/?id=c5f927a6f62196226915f12194c9d0df4e2210d7 turn up in a kernel for raring?09:25
mwhudson(it's a fix for perf on arm32)09:25
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rtgjjohansen, https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/1202161/comments/815:29
ubot2`Launchpad bug 1202161 in linux (Ubuntu) "seccomp filter: execve(): Operation not permitted" [Medium,Incomplete]15:29
jjohansenrtg: yep thanks15:51
rtglet the carnage begin: [ubuntu/saucy] linux 3.11.0-1.4 (Accepted)15:55
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bjfstgraber, can you verify bug 1204194 ?20:07
ubot2`Launchpad bug 1204194 in linux (Ubuntu Raring) "Please add iwldvm to nic-*-modules" [Medium,Fix committed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/120419420:07
nessitajsalisbury, hey there! saw your comment in the bug 1201528. Question (perhaps silly): what's the point on testing a kernel from mainline released on 30-Jun-2013 when I already tested a kernel from mainline from 04-Aug-2013 (v3.10.5-saucy)?21:02
ubot2`Launchpad bug 1201528 in linux (Ubuntu Saucy) "[Realtek ALC889] - Audio Playback Unavailable" [Medium,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/120152821:02
nessitais worth noting that v3.10.5-saucy did not break audio21:03
stgraberbjf: I filed that bug by proxy for a machine we had around during a sprint in bluefin, but if you're happy with me grabbing the udev and confirming that iwldvm.ko is in there and marking it verification-done, sure I can do that ;)21:27
bjfstgraber, that works for me. we just like the bug 'owner' to be the one to verify (in general). 21:27
stgraberbjf: done21:30
bjfstgraber, thanks!21:30

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