On Sun, Jun 30, 2013 at 11:04:27AM +0200, Stefan Seyfried wrote:
please excuse me if the answer is obvious :-)
Is there an easy way to bisect between two SUSE update kernels?
The 12.2 update from 3.4.33 to 3.4.42 broke my parallel printer -- the
device is simply not detected anymore (it's on a NetMos Technology PCI
9835 Multi-I/O Controller, "parport_serial" driver, seria ports on the
same card/chip still work).
An update to the current tumbleweed kernel also does not help, so
something got broken for me after 3.4.33...
I already looked through the diff of vanilla 3.4.33 --> 3.4.42 and can't
imagine what would cause this, so I'm suspecting a strange side effect
of something totally different.
This is where I think bisection would come in handy :-)
How would I best do that?
What about bisecting on base of git://gitorious.org/opensuse/kernel.git
(build tarballs for checkin from it via scripts/tar-up.sh )
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