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Old 04-05-2012, 04:52 PM
Jonathan Nieder
 
Default Bug#666156: the whole picture is dyed in yellow

retitle 666156 [powerpc] custom .config: "no signal" until X starts, yellow tint after X starts
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Andreas Glaeser wrote:

> In spite
> of unchanged kernel-source this was unsuccessful, it built OK.The result is a workable
> kernel-image with the 'silent-boot'-feature described in the original report, the part of
> it you are ignoring, and a yellow dyed screen. So it should be safe now to close this bug.

Mph. Heisenbugs are no fun.

Let's turn to the part that is reproducible, then. Can you reproduce it
with the standard Debian configuration?

Please attach full "dmesg" output from booting the yellow-tinted build,
so we can get to know your hardware.

Curious,
Jonathan



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Old 06-17-2012, 07:24 PM
Jonathan Nieder
 
Default Bug#666156: the whole picture is dyed in yellow

reassign 666156 src:linux-2.6 3.2.12-1
tags 666156 + moreinfo
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Jonathan Nieder wrote:
> Andreas Glaeser wrote:

>> In spite
>> of unchanged kernel-source this was unsuccessful, it built OK.The result is a workable
>> kernel-image with the 'silent-boot'-feature described in the original report, the part of
>> it you are ignoring, and a yellow dyed screen. So it should be safe now to close this bug.
>
> Mph. Heisenbugs are no fun.
>
> Let's turn to the part that is reproducible, then. Can you reproduce it
> with the standard Debian configuration?
>
> Please attach full "dmesg" output from booting the yellow-tinted build,
> so we can get to know your hardware.

Ping. Do you still have access to this hardware, and if so can you
still reproduce this? What kernel are you using these days?

Curious,
Jonathan



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