Bug#597664: linux-image-2.6.32-5-686: Xorg crashes with radeon kernel messages

2011-10-03 Thread Antoine Beaupré
On Wed, 31 Aug 2011 02:47:18 -0500, Jonathan Nieder jrnie...@gmail.com wrote: Because it's been so long, I also should ask: - can you still reproduce this with recent sid and squeeze kernels? No, as the hardware is offline. - any ideas, weird symptoms, or workarounds discovered since

Bug#674907: severity

2012-10-01 Thread Antoine Beaupré
On 2012-10-01, Mauro wrote: The shift time happens also in dom0 not only in domUs. That is correct. -- Le pouvoir n'est pas à conquérir, il est à détruire - Jean-François Brient, de la servitude moderne pgpfZEzl94epH.pgp Description: PGP signature

Bug#645055: realtek 8188CE ad-hoc mode not supported

2011-10-11 Thread Antoine Beaupré
Package: linux-2.6 Version: 2.6.39-3~bpo60+1 Severity: normal Tags: upstream Hi, The documentation for the rtl8192ce driver explicitely mentions that it supports ad-hoc mode, yet, on the rtl8188CE card I have here (which is advertised as supported both by the upstream driver and the driver in

Bug#645055: realtek 8188CE ad-hoc mode not supported

2011-10-12 Thread Antoine Beaupré
On Wed, 12 Oct 2011 14:08:32 +0100, Ben Hutchings b...@decadent.org.uk wrote: Can you create an ad-hoc interface like this: iw dev wlan0 interface add wlan1 type adhoc (you'll need the iw package). Interesting - this works. Didn't know of the iw tool. But this creates a separate

Bug#645055: realtek 8188CE ad-hoc mode not supported

2011-10-12 Thread Antoine Beaupré
On Thu, 13 Oct 2011 00:24:12 +0100, Ben Hutchings b...@decadent.org.uk wrote: I looked a little further and saw that nl80211 does support changing interface type (mode). But this driver (rtl8192ce) only supports creating new interfaces, not changing their type. Should mac80211 drivers

Bug#645055: realtek 8188CE ad-hoc mode not supported

2011-10-12 Thread Antoine Beaupré
On Thu, 13 Oct 2011 03:25:17 +0100, Ben Hutchings b...@decadent.org.uk wrote: but the iw interface changes the mode for an existing interface when using rtl8192ce. BTW, I added a new iface because I did not want to interrupt my internat connection. Hmm. Maybe the

Bug#693942: linux-image-3.2.0-4-amd64: regression / high load confirmed after wheezy upgrade

2013-10-19 Thread Antoine Beaupré
drives, and so is the server I previously mentionned in my report (ceres). A. -- Antoine Beaupré +++ Réseau Koumbit Networks +++ +1.514.387.6262 #208 pgpSTI_3RnqsS.pgp Description: PGP signature

Bug#701744: fix also confirmed here

2013-07-10 Thread Antoine Beaupré
We have two machines that are identical here. I had the bug reproduced fairly reliably on both machines regularly, last week it happened exactly at the same time. I installed the squeeze4~ijc0 kernel on one of them this weekend, and today only the one without the kernel failed. In other words,

Bug#765309: fails to play video since at least 3.14

2014-10-13 Thread Antoine Beaupré
Package: src:linux Version: 3.16.3-2 Severity: important For a few weeks, I haven't been able to play any videos in jessie. This happened during one of the latest upgrades, although it's hard for me to pinpoint exactly when. I also doubt it's directly connected to a xorg upgrade, since there was

Bug#765309: Acknowledgement (fails to play video since at least 3.14)

2014-10-13 Thread Antoine Beaupré
Forgot to mention that things seem to work in XBMC, and using -vo x11 in mplayer works around the issue, probably for similar reasons. A. -- L'art n'est pas un bureau d'anthropométrie. - Léo Ferré, Préface pgpoTMxg7LkFH.pgp Description: PGP signature

Bug#765309: fails to play video since at least 3.14

2014-10-15 Thread Antoine Beaupré
Control: tag -1 -moreinfo Control: fixed -1 3.16.5-1 On 2014-10-13 21:28:11, Ben Hutchings wrote: The latter seems to say that this is fixed in 3.16.4. This may be the fix: https://lkml.org/lkml/2014/6/18/712 [...] So please test version 3.16.5-1 from unstable. Ah. I missed that release

Bug#693942: linux-image-3.2.0-4-amd64: regression / high load confirmed after wheezy upgrade

2014-11-20 Thread Antoine Beaupré
On 2014-11-20 13:23:03, Fran Rodríguez wrote: Hi, How about this?¿ is it solved?¿ Not that I know of. A. -- They say that time changes things, but you actually have to change them yourself. - Andy Warhol pgpy9HDsXsGrf.pgp Description: PGP signature

Bug#776816: Acknowledgement (firmware-realtek: fails to connect after a few suspends (or some uptime?))

2015-02-18 Thread Antoine Beaupré
Control: severity -1 grave Control: fixed -1 0.36+wheezy.1 I am now pretty sure this is a bug, a regression, even, in the realtek firmware. I downgraded to the wheezy version 4 days ago, and problems went away (hence the fixed above). Now that I upgraded again, problems are back. Since this is a

Bug#776816: firmware-realtek: fails to connect after a few suspends (or some uptime?)

2015-02-01 Thread Antoine Beaupré
Package: firmware-realtek Version: 0.43 Severity: normal I started seeing this behavior after the upgrade from wheezy to jessie. I am not sure it's directly related to the firmware, because I upgraded it shortly before the upgrade. This is the history of upgrades, in reverse order:

Bug#776816: firmware-realtek: fails to connect after a few suspends (or some uptime?)

2015-11-22 Thread Antoine Beaupré
On 2015-02-28 18:08:50, Ben Hutchings wrote: > Control: severity -1 normal > Control: notfixed -1 0.36+wheezy.1 > > On Wed, 2015-02-18 at 23:25 -0500, Antoine Beaupré wrote: >> Control: severity -1 grave >> Control: fixed -1 0.36+wheezy.1 >> >> I am now pre

Bug#814648: linux kernel backports broken

2016-05-31 Thread Antoine Beaupré
Control: found -1 4.5.4-1~bpo8+1 Hi, I still see this problem in debian jessie right now. I can't install the linux kernel backport. cp: impossible d'évaluer « /boot/initrd.img-4.5.0-0.bpo.2-amd64 »: Aucun fichier ou dossier de ce type The initrd is simply not in the .deb:

Bug#814648: linux kernel backports broken

2016-05-31 Thread Antoine Beaupré
Also, it seems impossible to rebuild the backport from source: [1060]anarcat@angela:dist$ sudo DIST=jessie ARCH=amd64 cowbuilder --build linux_4.5.4-1~bpo8+1.dsc -> Copying COW directory forking: rm -rf /var/cache/pbuilder/build//cow.9542 forking: cp -al

Bug#814648: initrd missing from backport build (Failed to copy /boot/initrd.img-4.3.0-0.bpo.1-amd64 to /initrd.img)

2016-02-13 Thread Antoine Beaupré
Package: linux-image-4.3.0-0.bpo.1-amd64 Version: 4.3.3-7~bpo8+1 Severity: normal This version of the backport seems to fail to install properly: $ sudo apt install -t jessie-backports linux-image-4.3.0-0.bpo.1-amd64 Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state

Re: enforce fs.protected_hardlinks in sysctl.d by default

2018-02-02 Thread Antoine Beaupré
On 2018-02-02 21:25:31, Moritz Mühlenhoff wrote: > Antoine Beaupré wrote: >> There are, however, people *not* running Debian-built kernels, and >> sometimes for good reasons. This is a configuration that we should >> still support. > > Is it supported, but it's also cle

enforce fs.protected_hardlinks in sysctl.d by default

2018-02-01 Thread Antoine Beaupré
Control: retitle 889098 enforce fs.protected_hardlinks in sysctl.d by default Package: procps Version: 2:3.3.12-3 Severity: normal Tags: security Following the disclosure of CVE-2017-18078, there was an elaborate discussion on the #debian-devel and #debian-security IRC channels regarding the

Re: Bug#889098: enforce fs.protected_hardlinks in sysctl.d by default

2018-02-03 Thread Antoine Beaupré
On 2018-02-03 10:54:18, Salvatore Bonaccorso wrote: > Hi > > On Fri, Feb 02, 2018 at 09:25:31PM +0100, Moritz Mühlenhoff wrote: >> Antoine Beaupré wrote: >> > There are, however, people *not* running Debian-built kernels, and >> > sometimes for good reasons. This

Bug#860264: similar bug with sshfs, maybe in systemd/ifupdown

2019-01-29 Thread Antoine Beaupré
On 2019-01-29 21:32:24, Gabriel Filion wrote: > Hi there, > > On 2019-01-29 9:26 p.m., Antoine Beaupre wrote: >> We'd need an easier way to reproduce this however. Has anyone worked on >> getting some virtual machine images up to try and orchestrate a >> reproducer for this? That would be ideal

Bug#922666: confirmed bug report

2019-09-11 Thread Antoine Beaupré
Control: forcemerge 922666 928189 Control: severity 922666 important Control: tags 922666 +patch +confirmed I also see a regression with touchpads and trackpoint on a Thinkpad E431 after upgrading from Debian stretch to buster. My research indicates this is a kernel regression, as yet to be