Bug#962134: [External] Re: Bug#962134: add Sound Open Firmware

2020-06-22 Thread Mark Pearson
On 6/4/2020 9:21 AM, Mark Pearson wrote: OK - I have asked the SOF folk to talk to you about this. I'll unicast you the email address so you have the correct contact details too. I know some discussions started with the SOF folk. Has there been any progress for this issue? Anything

Bug#962134: [External] Re: Bug#962134: add Sound Open Firmware

2020-06-04 Thread Mark Pearson
On 6/4/2020 4:56 AM, Paul Wise wrote: On Wed, 2020-06-03 at 21:34 -0400, Mark Pearson wrote: Hi Paul - I'm afraid it does (not something of Lenovo's choosing to my knowledge...). Interesting, is it Intel doing the restrictions on Lenovo hardware? ISTR reading on one of the bugs that some

Bug#962134: add Sound Open Firmware

2020-06-03 Thread Mark Pearson
On 6/3/2020 8:31 PM, Paul Wise wrote: > > > SOF is free software, but many devices require binaries that are signed > by Intel's keys, so the free license/source code much less useful and > the binaries going into linux-firmware are needed for most people. > > More details in the links on this

Bug#962134: add Sound Open Firmware

2020-06-03 Thread Mark Pearson
Hi, Don't know if it helps but I raised #960788 on the same topic. It has a few details on how other distro's have packaged it which might be helpful. Once this is available I'm happy to do some testing. Thanks Mark

RE: [External] Difficulties with kernel package contributions

2020-05-19 Thread Mark Pearson
Thanks Ben > -Original Message- > From: Ben Hutchings > Sent: Sunday, May 17, 2020 11:50 AM > To: Mark Pearson > Cc: Pete Batard ; Debian kernel maintainers ker...@lists.debian.org> > Subject: [External] Difficulties with kernel package contributions >

Bug#950578: [External] Bug#950578: linux-image-4.19.67-2-arm64: Add ACPI network interface support for RPi4

2020-05-10 Thread Mark Pearson
> From: Ben Hutchings > Sent: Saturday, May 9, 2020 5:20 PM > > On Thu, 2020-05-07 at 14:23 +0100, Pete Batard wrote: > [...] > > > If Debian 11 was planning to continue to use a 4.x kernel, I could see > > some point in splitting the patch and ensuring, so that it *might* be > > easier to

Bug#958041: linux-image-5.5.0-1-amd64: OLED brightness control not working on Lenovo P1G2 and X1 extreme

2020-04-17 Thread Mark Pearson
/69914/ https://patchwork.freedesktop.org/series/72991/ and I'm working on a merge request to bring them into Debian: https://salsa.debian.org/kernel-team/linux/-/merge_requests/231 I was told a bug was preferred so am raising this for tracking. Let me know if any questions or concerns. Mark

Bug#944350: RE: Bug#944350: RE: [External] Bug#944350: systemd: screen remains off after waking up from suspend

2020-01-27 Thread Mark Pearson
download.lenovo.com/pccbbs/mobiles/n2oul07w.txt > > > > > > Regards, Jiri > > > > > > On Fri, 6 Dec 2019 18:47:05 + Mark Pearson > <mailto:mpear...@lenovo.com> wrote: > > > Hi Jiri, > > > > I'm pretty sure it's not in

Bug#944257: [External] Bug#944257: Confirmed, possible duplicate

2019-12-07 Thread Mark Pearson
Hi Daniel, I'll ask internally if we have one of these - I don't have one myself. It's supposed to be a certified system so hopefully our team has one and can look at what is happening. If you're able to track down when the issue was introduced let me know. Actually - if you get a chance post

Bug#944350: RE: [External] Bug#944350: systemd: screen remains off after waking up from suspend

2019-12-06 Thread Mark Pearson
om suspend > > Hi. > > It seems that Debian 5.3.0-2-amd64 includes the code in the patch > already and I still have the issue. > > Jiri > > On Mon, 25 Nov 2019 16:45:55 + Mark Pearson > wrote: > > > Hi, > > > > I don't know if this is h

Bug#944350: [External] Bug#944350: systemd: screen remains off after waking up from suspend

2019-11-25 Thread Mark Pearson
Hi, I don't know if this is helpful but I recently debugged a similar issue on the Lenovo P1Gen2. There the problem is only with the integrated graphics and an OLED screen - we tracked it down to an issue in the i915 driver where it wasn't giving enough time for eDP link training. It turned

Bug#943515: [External] Bug#943515: linux-image-5.2.0-3-amd64: Cannot resume from suspend

2019-10-28 Thread Mark Pearson
> On Sat, Oct 26, 2019 at 7:28 PM Ben Hutchings > wrote: > > I have the same model and can't reproduce this. > > > > Does this still happen if you remove the acpi_call module? > > Yes, I removed acpi_call module and can't resume from suspend. > > I also done clean testing installation, with

Guide to correct (or best) way to build and provide patches for the debian kernel

2019-10-02 Thread Mark Pearson
If anybody out there can help this confused newbie it would be appreciated. I have been building a buster-backports 5.2.9 kernel with some backported upstream kernel patches for the audio driver. I raised a bug to get the patches with the fix included and I've just received some guidance that

Bug#940825: linux-source-5.2: Backport of wifi driver fixes to enable wifi on whiseylake based system in 5.2.9

2019-09-20 Thread Mark Pearson
Package: linux-source-5.2 Version: 5.2.9-2~bpo10+1 Severity: important Tags: patch Dear Maintainer, * What led up to the situation? Wifi on the Lenovo X1 Carbon Gen7 is not functional. Intel pointed us at the attached patch comprised of upstream fixes * What exactly did you do (or not do)

Bug#940726: linux-source-5.2: Enable SOF audio driver and back-port fixes required to 5.2 kernel

2019-09-19 Thread Mark Pearson
Package: linux-source-5.2 Version: 5.2.9-2~bpo10+1 Severity: important Tags: patch Dear Maintainer, * What led up to the situation? The Lenovo X1 Carbon Gen 7 laptops use the Whiskeylake CPU and when testing with Debian we found the audio was not working. Whiskeylake requires the new SOF

buster backports for 5.3 kernel

2019-09-17 Thread Mark Pearson
Hi, Does anybody know if and when there would be a buster backports for the now stable 5.3 kernel? If it's an exercise in progress and there is anything I can help with please let me know (I realise it was only declared stable yesterday :)). Thanks! Mark

RE: [External] Re: Lenovo and Debian

2019-09-12 Thread Mark Pearson
> In Debian unstable we will move to 5.3 shortly after it is released, > depending on > whether there are important regressions or integration to be resolved. > > Debian 10 "buster" will always have a 4.19-based kernel, but users can opt to > install newer kernel versions from