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On 5/27/14, 7:04 PM, grantksupport(a)operamail.com wrote:
On Tue, May 27, 2014, at 03:56 PM, Jeff Mahoney wrote:
Hi Grant -
They're responding to you in that way because we carry
additional patches on top of the mainline kernel. Try installing
kernel-vanilla instead. If you still run into the problem, then
you can tell the folks on IRC that you were able to produce it
with a generic upstream kernel. If you can't reproduce it, then
you've just done a good amount of helpful triage and we can start
investigating which one of those patches we carry is at fault.
That's a different statement than the "You are not using the
openSUSE kernel" at the bug from Opensuse devel.
Well you're sort of in a no-mans-land with the kernel you're using.
It's autogenerated, but not ever actually part of an official (or even
unofficial) release so you'll get varying degrees of interest with it.
Ok, I'll install the vanilla kernel from the
Opensuse repos and see
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