With the QEMU runner this gets further, but it fails for me with

14:33:01 DEBUG| Running 'git clone 
https://git.launchpad.net/~ubuntu-kernel/ubuntu/+source/linux/+git/yakkety 
linux'
14:33:01 ERROR| [stderr] Cloning into 'linux'...
autopkgtest [16:02:54]: ERROR: timed out on command "..." (kind: test)
autopkgtest [16:02:54]: test ubuntu-regression-suite: -----------------------]
Exception in thread copyin:
OSError: [Errno 28] No space left on device

Which bears the questions:

 (1) why is this timing out -- shouldn't failures like this cause an
immediate exit? ISTM that the test suite is very prone to just hanging
when anything goes wrong; can this be robustified somehow?

 (2) Is it really necessary to clone the entire kernel for the test?
This will both take ages (it is running through a proxy in the infra!)
and also take lots of disk space. If this just needs a few files, can
you get them individually instead? If this needs to compile some
helper/test binaries, can this happen during package build and you ship
them in linux-source, linux-tools-XX, or maybe the -dbgsym package?

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