FEDORA-2016-6ce812a1e0

security update in Fedora 23 for kernel

Status: stable 2 years ago

Update to latest upstream stable release, 4.3.3. This is a major kernel version rebase and testers should take care to ensure things are working as expected.

Reboot Required

After installing this update it is required that you reboot your system to ensure the changes supplied by this update are applied properly.

Comments 56

This update has been submitted for testing by jwboyer.

Does not install for me ...

dnf --allowerasing update https://kojipkgs.fedoraproject.org//packages/kernel/4.3.3/300.fc23/x86_64/kernel-4.3.3-300.fc23.x86_64.rpm https://kojipkgs.fedoraproject.org//packages/kernel/4.3.3/300.fc23/x86_64/kernel-devel-4.3.3-300.fc23.x86_64.rpm https://kojipkgs.fedoraproject.org//packages/kernel/4.3.3/300.fc23/x86_64/kernel-modules-4.3.3-300.fc23.x86_64.rpm https://kojipkgs.fedoraproject.org//packages/kernel/4.3.3/300.fc23/x86_64/kernel-core-4.3.3-300.fc23.x86_64.rpm https://kojipkgs.fedoraproject.org//packages/kernel/4.3.3/300.fc23/x86_64/kernel-headers-4.3.3-300.fc23.x86_64.rpm

3M Custom for Fedora 23 32 MB/s | 138 kB 00:00
Last metadata expiration check performed 0:00:00 ago on Wed Jan 6 10:20:30 2016. Error: nothing provides kernel-core-uname-r = 4.3.3-300.fc23.x86_64 needed by kernel-4.3.3-300.fc23.x86_64. nothing provides kernel-uname-r = 4.3.3-300.fc23.x86_64 needed by kernel-modules-4.3.3-300.fc23.x86_64. package kernel-core-4.3.3-300.fc23.x86_64 is not installable. package kernel-headers-4.3.3-300.fc23.x86_64 is not installable

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works for me on 2 physical machines (sandybridge and ivybrdige acting as servers/routers) as well as on VMware guests

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There is a regression in here, the trackpad on a Dell XPS 15 is broken with 3.3.x works on 3.2.x. Not critical, well unless you want a mouse, but it is there. I'll try to put together a bug report.

works for me on thinkpad E530

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@Does not install for me ... - DNF is crap - downloaded the packages and "yum-deprecated update .rpm" while DNF fails ALWAYS for localupdates with inter-dependencies - see https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1263888 while "non deterministically" is plain wrong - it fails always* in case of subpackages with inter-deps

Thank you @hreindl 3 installed to the good so far o HP Z230 (the original @Does not install for me ... above) o HP Z240 o Microsoft Surface Pro 4

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Working fine for me on Lenovo E531, no regressions noted.

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Working well on Skylake in GIGABYTE motherboard

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Working on a i5 4430 intel haswell machine on a ASUS H87 motherboard

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This update has been pushed to testing.

works for me

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Bug #1263354 is still present, but not a regression. Otherwise, it boots on couple of my x86_64 machines.

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Works good

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Tested on Skylake 6500 on Asus H-170 Pro: - Monitor is recognized and has more resolution options. - Resumes after blank screen - No sound

Tested on Skylake 6500 on Asus H-170 Pro: - Monitor is recognized and has more resolution options. - Resumes after blank screen - No sound

Works great! LGTM =)

karma: +1

Tested on Asus Aspire VN7-592G

This is based on the Atheros 10k and Intel Skylake chipsets with additional discrete NV117 GPU.

Bluetooth and wifi still work (with the windows firmware in place... see the linux-firmware github repo for details on this).

Intel GPU performs great and feels more fluid and stable (no more preliminary hardware kernel arg needed).

Nouveau doesn't work with this GPU - but no change there.

Sound is working.

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Works fine for me on a Core i7 with an Intel DH87MC motherboard

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Tested on Core i7-i5820k with GeForce GTX 750 Ti on Gigabyte X99-Gaming 5. It works fine for me. This video card didn't work correctly with kernel 4.2 but 4.3 kernel is ok.

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works for me

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Works fine here.

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works fine on my pc :)

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This update has problems with Dell's trackpads -- see #1296677.

(I think that 4.2 was okay because 4.2 was probably missing one of the several drivers needed to switch a multitouch trackpad on Skylake from PS/2 emulation mode to multitouch mode, so it never got far enough to crash the trackpad firmware.)

erinn, this is probably the same issue you saw.

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Personal LAMP and mail server running GNOME. All OK.

karma: +1

My virtual machine hosts and my laptop don't appear to have any issues with this kernel. +1

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i get a problem, as pointed out by a few others, Dumb Dumb DNF will not update the kernel , i had to install yum-deprecated to install /update the kernel

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Works wonderfully to fix bug 1284221 and allow me to set the Broadcast RGB property in the Intel video driver at last.

Works as before. No problems.

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This kernel immediately OOPs during system bootup.

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No problems noticed so far

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No regressions on my laptop Dell Precision M48800 : USB, trackpad, keyboards, mouse, Ethernet, Ethernet over USB, serial port over USB... Wi-fi not tested.

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no problems spotted

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On a Surface Pro 4 (i5, 16g RAM) performance compared to 4.2.8-300 is Horrible! with a capital H exclamation point!

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Works fine here

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works for me, passed kernel test default and stress, no regression

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Tested on armhfp, aarch64 and x86_64. All working as expected.

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Works for me. Tested on Sager NP8657 (Clevo P650RE3)

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works for me sysinfo from my machine http://paste.fedoraproject.org/309006/45236140

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I get thermal shutdown after a couple of minutes on a HP EliteBook 8530p Notebook (http://h20564.www2.hp.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=emr_na-c01554229)

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works for me

karma: +1

Works in normal daily usage

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Partial fix to BZ #1257500

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Works on a MacBookPro10,1 (retina, mid-2015).

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This update has been submitted for stable by jwboyer.

This update has been pushed to stable.

we tested this kernel before updating are workstation systems it fails to a black screen with no debug info or log files (at lest i could find no boot.log) we are running E3-1535M v5 32GB of ram

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This kernel immediately OOPs during system bootup.

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Kernel panic when starting Xorg-X11

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fails to black screen at the end of the startup process (after Fedora's blue F, when actual Gnome Shell should appear). No terminal visible, just black screen. asus F550L laptop. Starting with older kernel -> everything as usual

fails to black screen at the end of the startup process (after Fedora's blue F, when actual Gnome Shell should appear). No terminal visible, just black screen. asus F550L laptop. Starting with older kernel -> everything as usual

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This breaks most modern laptop. I've scene kernel oops two different ways so far if you have a new Lenovo or Dell laptop that is higher end this may cause your laptop to kernel oops or major built-in hid problems

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fails to black screen at the end of the startup process (after Fedora's blue F, when actual Gnome Shell should appear). No terminal visible, just black screen Dell Inspiron 3543 i5 Geforce

fails to black screen, thinkpad T430s

karma: +1 critpath: +1

@wesleyotugo: 4.2/4.3 kernels are hardly longer relevant after having 4.4.6 built 12 days ago


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#1292045 CVE-2015-8569 kernel: Information leak from getsockname
#1292047 CVE-2015-8569 kernel: Information leak from getsockname [fedora-all]
#1292840 CVE-2015-8575 kernel: information leak in sco_sock_bind()
#1292841 CVE-2015-8575 kernel: information leak in sco_sock_bind() [fedora-all]
#1295287 CVE-2015-8709 Kernel: ptrace: potential privilege escalation in user namespaces
#1295288 CVE-2015-8709 Kernel: ptrace: potential privilege escalation in user namespaces [fedora-all]
Test Case kernel regression
Does the system's basic functionality continue to work after this update?
Is the update generally functional?
Content Type
RPM
Status
stable
Test Gating
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Update Type
security
Update Severity
unspecified
Karma
+26
Autopush
Disabled
Dates
submitted 2 years ago
in testing 2 years ago
in stable 2 years ago

Related Bugs 6

00 #1292045 CVE-2015-8569 kernel: Information leak from getsockname
00 #1292047 CVE-2015-8569 kernel: Information leak from getsockname [fedora-all]
00 #1292840 CVE-2015-8575 kernel: information leak in sco_sock_bind()
00 #1292841 CVE-2015-8575 kernel: information leak in sco_sock_bind() [fedora-all]
00 #1295287 CVE-2015-8709 Kernel: ptrace: potential privilege escalation in user namespaces
00 #1295288 CVE-2015-8709 Kernel: ptrace: potential privilege escalation in user namespaces [fedora-all]

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Test Cases

00 Test Case kernel regression