AceLanbjf: hello, are you still here?01:10
AceLanbjf: http://kernel.ubuntu.com/git?p=hwe/ubuntu-saucy-osp2.git;a=summary # I applied 4 CVE patches on saucy kernel, and I have no idea how to bump the ABI01:11
AceLankamal: could you give me some hints? ^^01:12
bjfAceLan, one sec04:57
bjfAceLan, take a look at zinc.canonical.com:~bradf/ubuntu-precise04:58
zequenceinfinity: Will do today05:01
AceLanbjf: hihi05:07
infinityzequence: Ta.05:19
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gsedej_workhello! O need help with understanding control member's reply about kernel bug I posted12:30
ubot2`Ubuntu bug 1356229 in linux "Asus EeePC 1101HA PowerButton not working" [Medium,Incomplete]12:30
ubot5Ubuntu bug 1356229 in linux (Ubuntu) "Asus EeePC 1101HA PowerButton not working" [Medium,Incomplete]12:30
gsedej_workdoes this mean I need to install kernel:  http://kernel.ubuntu.com/~kernel-ppa/mainline/v3.17-rc2-utopic/12:31
rtggsedej_work, you probably want this one: http://kernel.ubuntu.com/~kernel-ppa/mainline/v3.17-rc2-utopic/linux-image-3.17.0-031700rc2-generic_3.17.0-031700rc2.201408251935_amd64.deb12:33
gsedej_workok, i understand (it's actually i386 for atom)12:34
rtgok, then there is also an i386 kernel there12:35
gsedej_workso I installed the "v3.17-rc2-utopic" and the problem is still present. Do I need to test other kernel / compile?12:36
rtggsedej_work, just post your results in the bug report12:37
gsedej_workdid I do it correctly?12:41
rtglook fine12:42
gsedej_workThanks for support!12:44
marvin24how to load modules in the debian-installer which are not probed (e.g. platform drivers?)13:50
kgunnmlankhorst: curious, would you have an idea when 10.3 might make its way into archive ? (just an approximation)13:50
kgunnmesa 10.313:51
marvin24adding them to d-i/kernel-image isn't enough13:51
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mlankhorstkgunn: when I get time to test, hoping for rc2 first. I'll upload to x-staging ppa15:07
kgunnno worries, was just curious for anpok's patches for qxl on mir15:15
rtgdannf, there is a compileable 3.17-rc2 in 'ubuntu-utopic.git unstable' if you'd like to start testing arm6416:44
dannfrtg: is ubuntu switching to 3.17 for utopic?16:44
rtgdannf, no, this is for V16:45
rtgdon't panic16:45
rtgjust breath16:45
dannfrtg: ok, thx for the heads up :)16:45
* dannf has been testing upstream 3.17 through rc1, but i haven't messed w/ rc2 yet16:46
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jsalisburyrtg, apw, should we add the CONFIG_DMA_CMA option to the utopic kernel config review and possibly consider disabling it for trusty in an SRU?  A bug was opened for a performance issue possibly caused by that option: bug 136226119:07
ubot2`Launchpad bug 1362261 in linux "CONFIG_DMA_CMA causes ttm performance problems/hangs" [Medium,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/136226119:07
ubot5bug 1362261 in linux (Ubuntu) "CONFIG_DMA_CMA causes ttm performance problems/hangs" [Medium,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/136226119:07
rtgjsalisbury, yeah, probably worth talking about it19:08
jsalisburyrtg, ack.  I can add it to the hotlist so we cover it19:08
apwjsalisbury, thanks for the heads up19:13
jsalisburyapw, np19:13
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NotreDevI just applied a kernel patch to my AWS EC2 server following the tutorial here: https://confluence.freeswitch.org/display/FREESWITCH/Amazon+EC222:29
NotreDevi can’t ssh into my server, but i’m not sure that these two things are related. does the patch mentioned (to speed up the clock) make sense?22:30

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