Takashi Iwai composed on 2017-07-06 21:10 (UTC+0200):
> On Thu, 06 Jul 2017 18:38:03 +0200 Felix Miata wrote:
> Do you mean kernel WARNING, not segfault, right?
I'm not a programmer. I mean any blocks in dmesg or journal that go between [
"cut here ]------------" and "---[ end trace" with "Call Trace" and 30+ lines of
addresses, code strings and more.
>> 00:02.0 VGA compatible controller : Intel Corporation 4 Series Chipset
>> Integrated Graphics Controller [8086:2e12] (rev 03)
>> Subsystem: Dell Device [1028:0420]
>> Kernel driver in use: i915
>> Kernel modules: i915
>> 00:02.1 Display controller : Intel Corporation 4 Series Chipset Integrated
>> Graphics Controller [8086:2e13] (rev 03)
>> I see errors in dmesg, but don't see evidence of trouble. Are these kernel or
>> DRM problems that need fixing? Anything look like a bug already reported?
> The symptom looks very same as the issue you already reported.
Unless you mean 12 months ago
or 5 months ago
https://bugzilla.opensuse.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1025655 (dup'd to 1022181, fixed 5
months ago) I have no idea what report you refer to. I have a more than a dozen
multiboot machines running TW and various "Distributions". The one that
instigated this thread (gx780) has almost no relationship to that one (g5eas).
g5eas was 42.2 with NVidia video and TDE. A year ago's and this thread for host
gx780 are Intel video TW with Plasma and 42.3 with TDE.
> It's a tad old stuff and if the TW kernel still shows the problem,
What do you mean by old stuff? Host gx780 (this thread) is my second newest
machine, and the newest I ever use for testing.
> it's likely not fixable soonish in drm-kmp for Leap 42.3.
> If the issue wasn't seen in 42.2, you can simply uninstall drm-kmp to
> go back to 4.4.x kernel DRM stack. If it works better for you, keep
> it uninstalled, and add lock to zypper, for example.
KMP??? gx780's TW and 42.3 installations have no package named *kmp* installed.
AFAIK, no package named *kmp* is installed on any of my machines. All are real
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