The 4.6.7 update contains a number of important fixes across the tree
sudo dnf upgrade --advisory=FEDORA-2016-5e24d8c350
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works for me
This update has been pushed to testing.
x86_64 wfm on my T440s & in a KVM guest
No regressions noted on x86_64 Ivy Bridge and i686 Diamondville.
Works here on ThinkPad T450s (x86_64), an x86_64 server and i686 VM.
Works for me.
Works for me
No regressions noted
Personal LAMP and mail server running GNOME. All OK.
LGTM! Works great! =)
No regressions on Laptop with AMD E-450 APU x86_64.
LGTM Thinkpad X250
no problems spotted
Look Good to Me, pass default, minimal and performance test
This update has been submitted for stable by labbott.
This update has been pushed to stable.
4.6.7-300 from repos does not loading, the process hangs before rhgb indicator starts, so there is no active tty at all, all screens are grey, no cursor.
@poma (anonymous) - why don't you remove "rhgb" - just because you don't see anything with a crippeled boot output don't mean there wouldn't be something helpful or even that "rhgb" could be the issue at all while it's init phase
Me again (alexyecu here and later).
hreindl , I tried.
Hmm, the situation looks like...
There is no kmod-nvidia for 4.6.7-300 in my system, cause nvidia 367.35 is buggy (confirmed by NVIDIA), so I use 367.27 from run-package, downloaded from NV site. After updating the kernel I was ready to get system without graphical mode, but with working tty, so that`ll be not a problem to rebuild kernel module for nvidia.
But! I can see fail of lxdm.service in my boot log (after loading from 4.6.6 and watching info about previous boot), but I can't get working tty!
And this looks like a serious bug for me.
Skylake, nvidia with proprietary drivers.
Previous kernels work fine in the completely same configuration.
Hangs for me very early (at initializing SMP).
Dell Latitude E5470, Intel i5-6440HQ
4.6.6 is ok.
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