I really don't understand what's going on here. It's been another 6 days
now. There has been another (broken) kernel update for xenial (4.4.0-43)
which did not include this fix, and which also did not go through
-proposed. Instead xenial-proposed is still at at 4.4.0-41, which is
broken as well.

Two "stable" kernel updates with a known regression and a simple fix.

How is this possible?

And how does this fit with xenial being an LTS-Release?

This really ain't funny any more!

For now I have build the packages with the fix applied for amd64 and
I'll try to keep up with new broken kernels. In case anybody else needs

sudo apt-key adv --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv-keys 89C9B5AE
sudo apt-add-repository -u 'http://ubuntu.repo.uni-hannover.de/ubuntu xenial 
Or get the key from here: 

Regards, Robert

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