The 4.18.15 stable kernel update contains a number of important fixes across the tree.
x86_64, i5-7200U, HT off
works, Intel i5-3550 x86-64
Works for me.. The Default and Performance Regression tests pass OK.
AMD 965, x86_64 work station, Plasma DE, X-server, nVidia card GTX 650 (GK107) + nVidia RPM's from Negativo17.
No regressions noted.
works for me on workstations, virtual servers up to datacenter-firewalls recently created on top of iptables/ipset and F28
works fine on my T440s Gnome workstation. Ready for .6
works for me
No regressions, Thinkpad X250
No regressions spotted.
Obsolete, since .6 is already submitted to stable?
The .6 update didn't include kernel-tools. Not sure if pushing this to stable will update that and leave the others alone.
if there is no update to kernel-tools, there is nothing to include in the kernel update. So, kernel-tools remains unchanged. That's fine! It was actually designed like that so you don't have to build a package whose source hasn't been changed.
I don't know what you're talking about (or to be more precise, I understand that kernel-tools is built separately from the main kernel package, and why, but don't see what that has to do with this). There IS a kernel-tools-4.18.15-200.fc28 update included (look under the Builds tab). The current stable version is kernel-tools-4.18.13-200.
no regressions noted
The issue is these updates contain kernel-tools, 4.18.16 did not. 4.18.17 will, so I am pulling these back now.
This update has been unpushed.
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