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chrssshould i be worried about this? https://bpaste.net/show/aa9f79587a2f22:02
apwchrss, that is just telling you your bios is broken22:07
chrssdoes that mean danger? my system can hang at any moment?22:16
chrssi'm just trying to get sense of the potential severity22:16
chrsslike, if i was driving in a car and it said "your airbags aren't going to work" i'd be a little worried22:17
chrssbut if i was driving and it said "your brakes aren't going to work" i'd be REALLY worried22:17
mjg59chrss: It means you're not going to have a working iommu22:35
mjg59Which, unless you're doing hardware passthrough in virtualisation, is basically not important22:35
chrssi don't know what "hardware passthrough in virtualization" means22:35
chrssso you're probably right22:35
chrssi seem to be affected by this bug: https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=8623122:37
ubot5bugzilla.kernel.org bug 86231 in network-wireless "iwlwifi: 7260: 0x00000034 | NMI_INTERRUPT_WDG - INIT image - MWG100220470" [Normal,Closed: code_fix]22:37
chrssbut i can't seem to figure out which ubuntu kernel i can install that has the fix22:37
chrssaccordign to that bug report, the fix went into that tree on Nov 322:39
chrssi don't know when it was accepted into mainline22:39
chrssbut i don't see any utopic kernels that recent anyway: http://kernel.ubuntu.com/~kernel-ppa/mainline/22:40
chrssis it possible the fix was put into vivid kernels but not utopic kernels on purpose?23:40
chrssbased on the nature of the bug, i can't see why it would be23:40

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