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Ben Hutchings 03-05-2010 01:14 AM

Bug#551330: Problem solved with kernel 2.6.33 with KMS enabled
 
On Tue, 2010-03-02 at 20:27 +0100, Cyril Brulebois wrote:
> reassign 551330 src:linux-2.6
> affects 551330 xorg
> thanks
>
> Hi Martin!
>
> Martin Gollowitzer <gollo@fsfe.org> (02/03/2010):
> > I have finally installed kernel 2.6.33 from experimental and enabled
> > KMS. The problem has now disappeared. With disabled KMS, it is still
> > the same.
>
> Thanks for checking.
>
> I'm reassigning this to the kernel, so that it doesn't get forgotten
> about when preparing a 2.6.32 kernel with 2.6.33 DRM-related fixes
> (which sounds like the current plan).

All changes from 2.6.33 should be included in 2.6.32-10. I assume that
will fix this.

> I'm also leaving a pointer through the “affects” bit.
>
> Ben, does reassigning such bugs against the kernel sound OK? Shall I
> do so for other kernel-related bugs in X itself, or in the video
> drivers? Maybe marking them as “found” in the latest version users
> tried with?

Bugs should be assigned to whichever package needs to be changed. I
don't know why you think this is a special situation... Are you asking
what you should do when you're not sure which package that is?

Ben.

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Cyril Brulebois 03-09-2010 12:39 PM

Bug#551330: Problem solved with kernel 2.6.33 with KMS enabled
 
Ben Hutchings <ben@decadent.org.uk> (05/03/2010):
> > Ben, does reassigning such bugs against the kernel sound OK? Shall
> > I do so for other kernel-related bugs in X itself, or in the video
> > drivers? Maybe marking them as “found” in the latest version users
> > tried with?
>
> Bugs should be assigned to whichever package needs to be changed. I
> don't know why you think this is a special situation...

I'm just unfamiliar with possibly-kernel-related bugs, and wanted to
make sure not to screw up with those. I'll continue poking submitters
once 2.6.32-10 is available and reassign accordingly.

Mraw,
KiBi.


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