furkantjaalton: dave sent out a patch01:18
tjaaltonoh, nice04:31
furkantjaalton: also, it looks like we will be getting a 1.18.3 pretty soon lol05:38
tjaaltonmaybe so05:38
furkanaccording to dave05:38
furkansince there were too many regressions in 1.18.205:38
tjaaltonsaid where?05:38
furkan22:59<furkan>are all these regressions normal for a point release?05:39
furkan23:00<furkan>i think we need :)05:39
furkan23:00<airlied>yeah ajax will probably do a 1.18.3 farily quick05:39
furkan23:01<MrCooper>no, I think ajax went overboard with 1.18.2, I'll follow up on his release announcement05:39
furkani noticed a 3rd regression when posting my log file for the cursor bug05:40
furkanand MrCooper linked a fix for it lol05:40
tjaaltonyeah that one I knew about05:40
jcristaufurkan: for a point release that includes so many changes, it's not surprising08:23
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Free99hey all, I'm running 14.04 x64 on i915, upgraded to kernel 4.4 because of hardware enablement but this messed up my ability to dual screen18:17
Free99would xorg-edgers help?18:17
furkanFree99: i don't know the answer to your question, but i'd recommend x-staging over xorg-edgers18:19
Free99furkan, last update was 119 weeks agon on staging..18:19
furkanoh right, forgot you're using trusty18:20
furkanfor xenial it's up to date18:20
furkanactually, xenial is the only repo i see available https://launchpad.net/~canonical-x/+archive/ubuntu/x-staging18:21
Free99how can I grab their X stack?18:21
furkanmaybe you should just upgrade to 16.04 :)18:22
furkanif you want latest kernel/X18:23
Free99yeah, but I have school work for which I need a working tablet.. crazy as this sounds, I'm less afriad of upgraded kernel/X on 14.04 than jumping to RC16.0418:23
furkandoes dual screen work when you boot up into an older kernel?18:24
Free99yep, but then my tablet stops functioning18:25
furkanif you want to help fix the bug... i'd recommend doing a bisect18:26
Free99ok, I wouldn't mind helping out18:26
Free99I don't have too much time though, maybe half an hour18:26
furkanit would take longer than that, but that's something you'd do if it really was a bug18:27
furkanit might help to see your dmesg and Xorg logs18:28
furkanafter the problem happens of course18:28
furkanalso, what GPU? intel?18:29
Free99problem is pretty simple actually, xrandr on kernel 3.13 shows my external displayport display connected just fine18:29
Free99kernel 3.19+ it stops showing up, but udev still detects when I dis/connect it18:29
Free99intel yeah18:29
Free99http://paste.ubuntu.com/15403452/ <- Xorg.0.log on 4.4 kernel18:30
Free99http://paste.ubuntu.com/15403475/ <- xrandr output (I tried forcing my mode, so ignore those extaneous lines)18:31
Free99anything obviously screwy?18:36
furkannothing that i can make out unfortunately, but your X version is really, really old18:39
Free99;) LTS baby!!!18:39
furkanyou should run this:18:39
furkansudo apt-get install --install-recommends linux-generic-lts-wily xserver-xorg-core-lts-wily xserver-xorg-lts-wily xserver-xorg-video-all-lts-wily xserver-xorg-input-all-lts-wily libwayland-egl1-mesa-lts-wily18:40
furkanthat should give you 4.2 kernel and xorg 1.1718:40
Free99furkan, you rock man (or lady) thank you!18:41
Free99sudo service lightdm is adequate for reloading the graphics stack without rebooting? or should I reboot18:41
tjaaltonbest to reboot18:44
tjaaltonwhere did you get the 4.4 kernel?18:45
furkanFree99: np, hope it does something useful18:46
furkantjaalton: do you ever run X in gdb?18:53
Free99furkan, it worked!18:58
furkannice :)18:58
Free99tjaalton, apt-get install linux-generic-lts-xenial18:59
furkanoh that's actually been released?18:59
Free99but I've been trying to get towards compiling my own kernel with grsec patches18:59
tjaaltonFree99: did it also install linux-image-extra-4.4..19:00
Free99tjaalton, thanks for your work on X, I see you do a lot of these packages19:00
tjaaltonguess it did19:00
Free99actually no19:00
furkani'm running 14.04 on my laptop19:00
furkanand looks like it's there19:00
furkanlinux-generic-lts-xenial linux-headers-4.4.0-13 linux-headers-4.4.0-13-generic linux-headers-generic-lts-xenial linux-image-4.4.0-13-generic linux-image-extra-4.4.0-13-generic linux-image-generic-lts-xenial19:01
furkanfirst time i've seen a linux-generic-lts-* come out before the actual release19:02
Free99tjaalton, I've been stuck making a udev rule which detects when I boot/resume with my monitor connected and sends part of my X display to the right of the eDP1... any thoughts on including that in standard LTS?19:02
Free99I'm emulating windows in a sense, boot with multiple displays and they default to being expansions of the regular desktop19:02
tjaaltonFree99: so did not install the -extra package? no wonder it failed then, because you didn't have i915.ko19:03
Free99http://paste.ubuntu.com/15403452/ <- Xorg.0.log on 4.419:03
tjaaltonnevermind, it's using intel so i915.ko is there19:04
furkanso Free99 are you still running 4.4 now?19:04
furkanor 4.2?19:04
Free99nope, jumped to 4.2 per furkan's help19:05
Free99oh, hi furkan. Thought that was tjaalton writing me19:05
furkani wonder if 4.4 works now that you have the newer X (unless you didn't install that)19:05
Free99I didn't have a newer X.. maybe 4.4 would work. I can try later tonight19:05
Free99still having a weird issue with this X stack where if I boot with the monitor connected, plymouth and etc are cloned on both monitors, but once I login, the display turns off on my laptop and all content goes to the external monitor19:07
Free99if I run my script which sets xrandr --auto and then xrandr --output DP2 --right-of eDP1, I lose output on everything19:08
Free99I have to switch to tty1 and restart lightdm, but only after disconnecting and reconnecting the external display19:08
Free99then stuff works pretty well19:08

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