The 4.4.2 update contains a number of important updates across the kernel tree.
This update has been submitted for testing by labbott.
It works nice on Dell XPX 9350, providing a proper X11 support, fixing WiFi and adds support for its touchscreen.
I get a crash in amd_iommu at every boot, system is otherwise functional, here's the report: #1310258
It seems to happen a lot with kernel 4.4: https://retrace.fedoraproject.org/faf/reports/888049/
working on x86_64 and armv7hl
Tested x86_64 on Asus Aspire V Nitro
Boots with no issues seen.
Both Intel (skylake i915) and nvidia (proprietary) GPUs work along with wifi and bluetooth (with the proprietary firmware) and sound.
Test of running multiple KVM guests works fine.
BTRFS scrubs completed fine.
Boots on an Acer Aspire VN7-792G w/ 4K screen (4.3.5 has problems), and the nvidia driver works with bumblebee too (Rawhide 4.5.x doesn't). I haven't tested extensively, but everything else looks good so far.
works for me
I didn't mention before, but Dell XPS 9350 where I tested it has a 4K screen with a Intel Sky Lake integrated GPU. It was really hard to install Fedora on it, as the Sky Lake is properly support only after Kernel 4.4. As the LiveCD has an older Kernel, the letters at the screen were so small that I had to use a magnifying glass to be able to install it. So, I suggest to update the Kernel also at the install disks too.
Works fine here.
works for me on SandyBrdige and IvyBridge machines as workstation and homeserver hosting router, WLAN-AP, fileserver, database, mail and so on
Works for me on my Dell Latitude E6540 (Intel IGP).
Personal LAMP and mail server running GNOME. All OK.
This update has been pushed to testing.
Seems to work here (x86_64, i686).
Working great on my thinkpad T440s and in a kvm guest on a 4.3.6 host. thanks
Installed and working on an Asus ROG laptop with a core i7-3610QM and a discreet nvidia GTX660m using nouveau. Intel 802.11AC and Bluetooth 4 working fine.
Thinkpad X250 (Broadwell, Intel graphics). No regressions, all appears normal.
works for me on Ivy Bridge
On a Macbook Pro (13", 2015), it works (and bluetooth is now supported) but I get a lot kernel backtraces. Reported at #1310579
Works fine on Dell Optiplex 380 and Fujitsu Siemens Esprimo P5720
Works fine so far on Haswell CPU and AMD Tonga GPU
no regressions noted
No issues noted on Ivy Bridge x86_64 and Diamondville i686.
No issues encountered.
all seems well here
Tested on X86_64. Would like to test on i386 laptop, but that is f22 and doesn't seem to be in update-testing yet. USB-Wifi memory leak is fixed! Yay!
I see screen flickering from time to time, laptop is docked, screens flicker independently from each other.
Suspend and waking up does not run smoothly. I have a SDHC in a slot (formated with XFS), and get the following message after wake up:
"Freezing of tasks failed after 20.001 seconds (1 tasks refusing to freeze, wq_busy=0): xfsaild/mmcblk0 ..."
Without SD in the slot there is no problem. But previous kernel versions did not make any problems even with the SD.
No problem here.
Look Good to Me, pass default, stress and performance test
jwboyer edited this update.
tested on x86_64 only.
After applying this update, my x86_64 server does not complete bootup. The root filesystem is raid10. I'm working on getting logs but journald doesn't actually save anything.
Works great on my X220! LGTM =)
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