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Old 10-07-2012, 08:29 AM
Jeroen Nijhof
 
Default Bug#665493: bug fixed in 3.6; patch

tags 665493 patch
quit

As noted in the upstream bugzilla, the bug is fixed in kernel 3.6,
in commit dfb117b3e50c52c7b3416db4a4569224b8db80bb ,
"PCI: acpiphp: check whether _ADR evaluation succeeded".

Attached as a patch below. Applying this on top of 3.2.30 fixes the
problem indeed (and without the patch that still fails).
Would it be possible to apply this to the Debian kernel?

Thanks,

Jeroen Nijhof
 
Old 10-08-2012, 01:42 PM
Ben Hutchings
 
Default Bug#665493: bug fixed in 3.6; patch

On Sun, 2012-10-07 at 10:29 +0200, Jeroen Nijhof wrote:
> tags 665493 patch
> quit
>
> As noted in the upstream bugzilla, the bug is fixed in kernel 3.6,
> in commit dfb117b3e50c52c7b3416db4a4569224b8db80bb ,
> "PCI: acpiphp: check whether _ADR evaluation succeeded".
>
> Attached as a patch below. Applying this on top of 3.2.30 fixes the
> problem indeed (and without the patch that still fails).
> Would it be possible to apply this to the Debian kernel?

This is under review for inclusion in 3.2.31.

Ben.

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Old 10-08-2012, 02:49 PM
Stefan Nagy
 
Default Bug#665493: bug fixed in 3.6; patch

I can confirm that the bug is fixed in kernel 3.6 and that applying the
patch provided by Jeroen in Message #71 ("PCI: acpiphp: check whether
_ADR evaluation succeeded") on top of 3.2.30 solves the problem.

Thanks!
Stefan.


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