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smbtseliot, You were the one doing i915_bdw (trying not to confuse the two people starting with t)... 07:32
tseliotsmb: I think that was tjaalton07:32
smbdammit :-P07:32
smbSo maybe tjaalton might be interested to hear about duplicate symbols warnings... Maybe its already known, just noticed this morning when booting my server07:33
smb[   21.626511] i915_bdw: exports duplicate symbol i915_release_power_well (owned07:36
smb by i915)07:36
smb[   21.643735] WARNING: CPU: 0 PID: 69 at /build/buildd/linux-3.13.0/drivers/gpu07:36
smb /drm/i915/intel_pm.c:5817 i915_request_power_well+0x77/0x80 [i915]()07:37
smbOk, the latter is something that the generic i915 has to deal with I guess07:37
tjaaltonnah the i915_bdw one just needs to be renamed07:48
smbtjaalton, The warning is in request_power_well and I think the haswell should use the stoack driver. So that part is right. Just something it does not like there which cannot be blamed on the _bdw I think08:04
smbthe duplicate symbol is release not request08:04
tjaaltonsmb: well, hda_i915.c needs request/release, and since _bdw is newer it probably should have it's own symbol?08:09
tjaaltonand do something like in ba92f7e81ff883212021c2614aea99681c156e9a08:09
smbtjaalton, I agree for the i915_release_power_well. Just wanted to say that the second thing comes from the i915 driver (not the bdw) and could be unrelated08:14
smbWARN_ON(!hsw_pwr) ... not sure this could be  the fault of i915_bdw defining release_power_well as well08:17
tjaaltonI'm just grepping through the code08:19
* apw looks grumpy and tired08:20
smbapw, What happened to you?08:21
tjaaltonsmb: so yes i915 calls that but it's the audio driver where it'll be hit frequently when trying to use audio-over-hdmi(/dp)08:42
smbAh, ok. And that machine has no hdmi cable anywhere near it. :)08:44
tjaaltonyeah :)08:48
freespirit-girlHello. I have a question .. I am trying to upgrade Ubuntu using the commandline.. When i get to tripwire i am asked to sign in using my tripwire passphrass.. 09:58
freespirit-girlso i enter in my root password.. Is the password different for tripwire than my root10:00
apwfreespirit-girl, hmm, i am not sure i know anything about tripwire, you might ask on #ubuntu-server they may know10:04
freespirit-girlis Ubuntu server a trustworthy irc channel?10:06
apwfreespirit-girl, #ubuntu-server is as trust-worthy as this one yes10:06
freespirit-girllet me ask10:07
rtgsmoser, https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/1309112/comments/1113:38
ubot2Launchpad bug 1309112 in linux (Ubuntu) "x120e does not resume from suspend" [Medium,Confirmed]13:38
smoserrtg, http://download.lenovo.com/ibmdl/pub/pc/pccbbs/mobiles/8fuj10uc.txt13:41
smoserthats the changelog13:41
smoserand 1.16 does explicitly mention 'S3 sleep'13:42
smoserbut i had exactly zero issue with saucy.13:42
rtgsmoser, you know they weren't fixing S3 issues for Linux.13:45
smoserwell, clearly.13:45
smoseris there some obvious way i'm missing of how i would download 1.16 ?13:46
rtgsmoser, you mean 1.15 ? damned if I know. never done it myself.13:46
smoseri seem to have lost my local copy of that cd :)13:46
smoseryeah, i geuss i did mean 1.1513:46
rtgsmoser, reach out to one of our HWE dudes ?13:47
smoseri really dont understand the problem. that link above very clearly says:13:47
smoser  Nothing.13:47
smoseri'll see if i can't dig something up. and maybe try going to 1.17.13:48
rtgsmoser, I'm betting it was only tested against Windows.13:48
smoserwell, yeah, i'm guessing then enabled windows 8.13:50
smoseras the changelog there says.13:50
rtgsmrun fwts o it. you'll prolly come up with a zillion errors13:51
rtgsmoser, run fwts on it. ^13:51
smoserfwts ?13:53
smoserah. i see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/Reference/fwts13:53
rtgsmoser, firmware test suite developed by our very own cking13:53
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ckingand the kind folk in HWE too14:15
rtgapw, feel free to comment on https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/kernel-team/2014-April/041938.html15:38
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apwrtg, ack16:39
BenCinfinity: What’s the current bug for linux-ppc saucy update?16:48
bjfBenC, bug 130150116:50
ubot2Launchpad bug 1301501 in Kernel SRU Workflow "linux-ppc: <version to be filled> -proposed tracker" [Medium,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/130150116:50
BenCbjf: Thanks16:51
BenCOdd that https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux-ppc doesn’t show that bug16:51
BenC+bugs 16:52
infinitySeries-targetted bugs don't show up under just "ubuntu".  A misfeature, I'd say.16:55
BenCI’d agree17:02
BenCrtg: I may get you to redact that PAMU disable17:10
BenCNewer PAMU requires different device-tree node for fsl-pamu, so I’m testing that, which would make it a hardware change for us, not a kernel change17:11
rtgjust lemme know17:11
BenCWill do, thanks17:11
BenCrtg: Rebooting now to test...17:19
rtgBenC, we just to resolve it before bjf turns the crank on the next SRU Q/A pass17:20
bjfrtg, BenC, that's next week17:20
BenCWell then I’ll be plenty early on this :)17:21
BenCbjf, rtg: Updates to device tree did not fix it, so leave it in, please.17:24
rtgthats easy enough :)17:24
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