The last one does have an image-extra. Penalver penalvch on Installed on 50 days ago InstallationMedia: Once testing of the latest upstream kernel is complete, please mark this report Status Confirmed. I guess this needs to go upstream to the kernel guys though? You are currently viewing LQ as a guest.
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I was monitoring ifconfig and it had around 30 Rx packets and Tx packets. Am I supposed to be bisecting mainline kernel or the Ubuntu kernel?
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I’m going to first verify that when I build both of these tags I get the same behaviour as I do with the binary builds. I have narrowed it further to these builds. Please let us know your results.
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I have collected some information that might help. I’m guessing from the change in code that the “pool” was not necessary, and that the extra skb buffer objects went unused most lniux the time. This is a rather old USB ethernet adapter. I downloaded current linux HEAD source and verified the code still looks incorrect it does.
It took forever to actually show up. The bisecting was entirely in commits that lacked the debian directories so I used the patches from http: I downloaded a pre-git Linux history repo from the internet archive and traced the bad code to commit ef1bba7ed87a 9eea17 06e9f It is a58eab3eb 80e7e1f9baddc75 aad9 the first of 3 commits to the pegasus driver.
It wants to upload nearly K, quite a bit more than the other command gave.
I’m including the kernel log which has some bad stuff happening in it. If the latest kernel did not allow you to test to the issue ex.
That page seems a bit out of date, I’m guessing I should be cloning git: You are currently viewing LQ as a guest.
Indeed, the post-Saucy versions that were succeeding were only doing so because the image-extra package was missing. BB code is On.
Email me about changes to this bug report. If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. The bug seems to remain, though it sdmtek longer to trigger now than it did before.
In case it wasn’t clear, most of the time I’ve been booting the machine and then inserting the USB device so that I could be sure all the logging was ready to go before the problem happened.
Please keep in mind the following: The good news is that I have identified the commit that breaks my system. This bug affects 1 person. I selected the version explicitly from the grub menu to ensure the correct kernel was booting.