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more testing can actually only be good. (if bugs surface you just don't push it to stable).

5.6. being EOL, and the 5.7 tree as advanced as pointrelease .6, wouldn't it be good to extend the 5.7 test week to the audience here and have users with updates-testing enabled test 5.7.6? (not a single bug filed against 5.7.x during ongoing kernel week - sounds like success)

karma

works fine for me, no regression noted on T440s

karma

no regression noted on thinkpad t440s. passed default kernel regression test....

karma

Apparently, this kernel was hit by a regession, which renders some machine setups unbootable. See https://bodhi.fedoraproject.org/updates/FEDORA-2020-bebcd88161#comment-1337339 and https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=207331.

karma

works fine for me, all-Intel TP T440s.

works fine on x86_64 all Intel hardware.

tested on T440s, all Intel hardware. Looks good, no errors spotted.

boots fine. no regression noted so far.

test on baremetal and in a VM

1.) T440s, all intel hardware: This kernel update works fine for me, no regression noted. Passed default regression test.

2.) VirtualBox guest (host is Win 10 on Dell Vostro): This update works fine, no regression noted.

works for me.

works well for me. no regressions noted.

works for me.

works for me.

works for me.

Test Case firefox addons
Test Case firefox browse

works for me.

karma

works fine for me, T440s.

karma

kernel-headers are decoupled from the kernel package and if there is no change to it, then the package is not being rebuild.

on my system, everything seems to work just fine.