Update to latest upstream stable release, Linux v4.3.5. Fixes across the tree.
sudo dnf upgrade --advisory=FEDORA-2016-16a5625f33
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Working fine on a MacMini 6,2 qcore i7 x86_64 desktop
Works fore me (Laptop with AMD E-450 x86_64).
Also working fine on a ZBOX nano id64 dcore i5 x86_64 RAID 5 fileserver
no regressions noted
Boots into single user mode only. It appears to be graphics driver related as x or wayland or whatever won't start. This is on an XPS 15 9550 intel and nvidia graphics.
works for me
Works for me.
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with Xen, 4.3.3-4 seem to have broken support for more than 8 Domains, which completely hoses a moderate or large-sized Fedora Xen server. 4.3.5-200, from testing, fixes the problem. Assuming 9c17d96500f78d7ecdb71ca6942830158bc75a2b got in, but haven't chased it down myself. Definitely +1.
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This update has reached 14 days in testing and can be pushed to stable now if the maintainer wishes
Using it in 3 different machines (1 server dcore i5, 1 desktop qcore i7 and 1 notebook dcore i5, all x86_64) for a couple of weeks now with no issues found.
USB Wifi leaks 4-30kb/s kernel memory, depending on bad packets received. If you have USB Wifi, you might want the patched kernel in koji linked here: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1303270
Intel video still broken for 4.3 series: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1303990
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