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karma

works for me.

I decided to report a bug here: #1506321 https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1506321

figured out that the problem started with 4.13.5

kernel lets my CPU be stuck at one frequency at all times. no good. has this error already been reported somewhere?

works, though couldn't test attack mitigation.

works, though I couldn't test attack mitigation.

karma

no regression noted.

karma

no regression noted on my x86_64 system. passed kernel test.

karma

No regression noted on x86_64

karma

No regression noted on x86_64

second and third run went fine, I'll revert my previous -1

karma

Works for me, even though kernel test says Fail.

I am seeing the SELinux problem described by @vkrizan already much longer, not being introduced by this kernel.

karma

Works fine for me - no regression noted.

karma

works for me, x86_64, GNOME on Thinkpad T440s.

karma

works for me (F25, Gnome, x86_64) but as kernel regression test never comes to an end. System boots up in text mode until the greeter appears (plymouth never shows up).

@hreindl Maybe that kind of language doesn't help.

@Sergio, I am sure you are aware that it doesn't help to provide feedback and karma on a kernel that you neither installed nor tested. That defeats the purpose of feedback and manipulates the stabilization process. I am sure the community would appreciate your understanding.