The 5.7.6 stable kernel rebase contains new hardware support and features as well as a number of bug fixes across the tree.
sudo dnf upgrade --advisory=FEDORA-2020-14e33b520a
This update has been submitted for testing by jforbes.
This update's test gating status has been changed to 'ignored'.
This update's test gating status has been changed to 'waiting'.
Works for me (Dell Inspiron 5579 - i7-8550u / I620 IGP).
Looks ok for me. Works on baremetal (non UEFI) AMD Ryzen5 3600, Mainboard MSI B450M Mortar Max with prop. nvidia driver from rpmfusion.org (GTX980 card), VirtualBox 6.1.10 from Oracle and Gnome-Desktop. Regression test passed (paxtest, selinux-dac-controls and libhugetlbfs skipped).
This update has been pushed to testing.
This update can be pushed to stable now if the maintainer wishes
#1852283 appeared for me (regression) with this kernel.
works for me: desktop 16GB Intel i7-3770 CPU & laptop 8GB Intel i5-2520M CPU Lenovo T420 (the desktop ran the (for got to say it passed the regression tests) performance test in 9m54.499s but the laptop took 105m42.483s-- more than 10 times longer!) - all using the Mate Desktop Environment
I suspect that there must be something trivial in the kernel that causes such a wild variation the desktop always takes about ten minutes..
IMPORTANT QUESTION: Why does the time taken for the laptop rang fromn less than 10 (ten) minutes to over 100 (hundred) minutes?
works for me (Thinkpad T440s, all Intel && VM). No regression noted.
As there wasn't any statement about that change... Is the new kernel exFAT driver enabled and if so, is uninstalling FUSE driver and/or tools (fuse-exfat+exfat-utils) recommended? Are there fedora provided exFAT tools instead?
Exfat in kernel enabled.
Exfatprogs still not added to repo https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1824156
Just heads up on another regression, this time sound-related: #1852564
Works for me...
The enabled Default and the Performance tests pass OK. AMD 965, x86_64 work station, SSD's > RAID1. Plasma DE, X-server, nVidia GTX 650 (GK107) + nVidia RPM's from Negativo17 (440.100)
Default & performance regression tests PASS, "libhugetlbfs" & "paxtest" was skipped. Tested on Fedora 32 Workstation (x86_64), PRIME Z270-A, i5-7600K, 16GB DDR4, RX 580 8GB (MESA 20.1.2) & 970 EVO M.2.
Working fine on an i7-6770HQ. Default regression tests pass.
Something seems wrong here, the schedutil governor is missing for Intel CPUs...
No regressions found, kernel test passed on Lenovo E560
I have some problem with sound output (some random noise) when headphones are connected via dock Dell WD19TB
With previous kernel 5.6.19-300 sound output works correctly.
HW Info: Dell Latitude 5591 (Intel Intel® Core™ i7-8850H CPU 16GB RAM)
@jherkel: See the above comment by @dimitrisk on the sound-related regression #1852564. (BTW, the link https://bodhi.fedoraproject.org/docs/user/fedora-flavored-markdown.html for Fedora-Flavored Markdown is dead.)
test ran properly on my machine
T480s,iGPU - no regressions
T480s,iGPU - youtube videos under chrome are non-playable (play extremely sloooow, both video and sound)
5.6.19-300.fc32.x86_64 works just fine.
yoga 460 - everything OK
This update has been submitted for stable by jforbes.
Lenovo P1 Gen2 (Intel UHD2 only), everything looks solid
exFAT working fine considering basic operation (mount, write/read/delete files, mkfs with exfatprogs)
No noticeable problems.
Passed both sets of kernel tests.
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