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bug#34176: X200 kernel panic on S3 resume (linux-libre > 4.18.9)

From: Mike Gerwitz
Subject: bug#34176: X200 kernel panic on S3 resume (linux-libre > 4.18.9)
Date: Thu, 31 Jan 2019 22:56:26 -0500
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On Thu, Jan 31, 2019 at 02:02:34 -0500, Mark H Weaver wrote:
> reopen 34176
> thanks
> Hi Mike,
> Mike Gerwitz <address@hidden> writes:
>> On Tue, Jan 29, 2019 at 07:14:15 -0500, Mike Gerwitz wrote:
>>> reopen 34176
>>> thanks
>> I guess I don't have permission to do this, since nothing happened.  Can
>> someone do this for me?
> No permission is needed, but it must be sent to the correct address.  It
> must be sent to <address@hidden>.  I add that address to the
> BCC header when including such commands.

Ah, that explains it.  I saw address@hidden in the debbugs
documentation, but looking at past commands on this list (e.g. from
you), I didn't see it CC'd, so I thought maybe it wasn't necessary.

>> Alternatively, if this seems outside the scope of something we'd want to
>> track in Guix, just leave it closed.
> I'm glad to have it in our tracker.

Thanks.  Hopefully it won't persist for too long.

> FWIW, unless someone has a better idea, my recommendation would be to do
> a binary search on the kernel versions, to find which version introduced
> the problem.

That's what I was going to do originally, except I hadn't had the time
to research the best way of doing this in Guix.  I did see a kernel
system configuration option, but I thought that looked more like
specifying Linux or Hurd (the default value is `LINUX-LIBRE'), not the
specific kernel version.

What's the proper way to go about doing this on GuixSD?  Sorry if that's
clearly documented and I just missed it.

> If 4.18.20 works and 4.19 fails, then it will probably be necessary to
> do a "git bisect" on the upstream kernel git repository between those
> two versions, to find the commit that introduced the problem.  If it
> comes to this, let me know and I'll help you find a way to do this
> efficiently.

This is another situation where my unfamiliarity with Guix is the
difficult part.  I'm comfortable compiling Linux, but I'd need to figure
out how to actually boot to it.

Mike Gerwitz

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