The 4.7.6 update contains a number of important fixes across the tree
This update has been submitted for testing by labbott.
No regressions noted on x86_64 Ivy Bridge and i686 Diamondville. (I've been running this since the build finished on Koji yesterday.)
Worked on a VM & a laptop, using Intel processors
Personal LAMP and mail server running GNOME. All OK.
x86_64 WFM on my ThinkPad T440s but the sysfs-perms kernel test fails, as usual. https://apps.fedoraproject.org/kerneltest/logs/13262
works for me
Works for me.
tested on my main dev box:
Intel® Core™ i7-4770 CPU @ 3.40GHz × 8
failed second test of ./runtests.sh (using defaults)
This update has been pushed to testing.
Works on three x86_64 systems.
regression tests passed, but for some reason this caused my Virtualbox guest to crash because the vbox-additions would not start. I got around it by booting into multi-user.target and then removing the new kernel after I was done regression testing.
Look Good to Me, pass default, minimal stress an performance test no regresion
This seems to work just fine on my Thinkpad X1 (gen 3).
No regressions on laptop with AMD E-450 APU x86_64.
LGTM. Lenovo t450s
This update has been submitted for stable by labbott.
This update has been pushed to stable.
My embedded wifi don't work with this kernel. Fedora 24 on HP Lattitude 640.
I can not boot on this kernel. No problem with the previous one : 4.7.5-200
Here is a bug i opened on the red hat website :
Everything is descripted here.
I hope the 4.7.7-200 will solve the problem
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