stable

kernel-6.4.15-200.fc38

FEDORA-2023-775674d7f1 created by acaringi 9 months ago for Fedora 38

The 6.4.15 stable kernel update contains a number of important fixes across the tree.

Reboot Required
After installing this update it is required that you reboot your system to ensure the changes supplied by this update are applied properly.

How to install

Updates may require up to 24 hours to propagate to mirrors. If the following command doesn't work, please retry later:

sudo dnf upgrade --refresh --advisory=FEDORA-2023-775674d7f1

This update has been submitted for testing by acaringi.

9 months ago

This update's test gating status has been changed to 'waiting'.

9 months ago

adamwill edited this update.

9 months ago

This update's test gating status has been changed to 'passed'.

9 months ago
User Icon nivag commented & provided feedback 9 months ago
karma

Works for me: all using the Mate Desktop Environment.

mercury: laptop 32GB AMD Ryzen 7 5700U with Radeon 5500 Graphics (SSD only) (from lscpu: max MHz 4370, min MHz 1400, BogoMIPS 3593) real:17m13.790s user:7m7.159s sys:7m44.972s

User Icon paulblack commented & provided feedback 9 months ago
karma

Working for me and TPM is visible again.

BZ#2235100 /dev/tpm* is missing with new kernels
User Icon imabug provided feedback 9 months ago
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User Icon geraldosimiao commented & provided feedback 9 months ago
karma

Working fine

Acer Aspire Intel® Core™ i7-3632QM CPU @ 2.20GHz Graphics Processor: Mesa DRI Intel® HD Graphics 4000.
driver: i915 v: kernel arch: Gen-7 wi-fi: Qualcomm Atheros AR9485 Wireless Network Adapter vendor: Lite-On
driver: ath9k v: kernel.

Default fedora btrfs filesystem.
Suspension working
Passed all kernel regression tests

Cannot really test TPM since my acer is old and doesn't have the chip

User Icon tyrbiter provided feedback 9 months ago
karma
BZ#2235100 /dev/tpm* is missing with new kernels
User Icon pjolt commented & provided feedback 9 months ago
karma

HP 400 G6 Mini, i5-10400T, CometLake-S GT2 [UHD 630]

BZ#2235100 /dev/tpm* is missing with new kernels
User Icon g6avk commented & provided feedback 9 months ago
karma

Works for me, the enabled Default and Performance tests pass OK.

Work Station > Asus Prime mobo, Ryzen5 5600g/AMDGPU 400 Series Chipset, (UEFI + Secure Boot) SSD's > RAID1 (ext4) running Plasma DE from Zawertun's COPR.

User Icon bretth commented & provided feedback 9 months ago
karma

default & performance tests pass (KVM)

User Icon nixuser commented & provided feedback 9 months ago
karma

Working in a VirtualBox VM.

This update has been pushed to testing.

9 months ago

This update can be pushed to stable now if the maintainer wishes

9 months ago
User Icon bojan commented & provided feedback 9 months ago
karma

Works.

User Icon roman-averin commented & provided feedback 9 months ago
karma

Works fine, Asus B660, i7-12700, NVIDIA RTX 3060

User Icon markec provided feedback 9 months ago
karma
User Icon besser82 commented & provided feedback 9 months ago
karma

Works great on Lenovo T480! LGTM! =)

User Icon masami commented & provided feedback 9 months ago
karma

i7-9700K(UHD Graphics 630): kernel regression test passed. Works fine for daily use.

User Icon atim provided feedback 9 months ago
karma
User Icon chenxiaolong commented & provided feedback 9 months ago
karma

The fTPM is detected and working again on a Supermicro X13SAE-F + Intel 13600K.

BZ#2235100 /dev/tpm* is missing with new kernels
User Icon abhis3k commented & provided feedback 9 months ago
karma

Works without issues till now

User Icon filiperosset commented & provided feedback 9 months ago
karma

no regressions noted

User Icon pampelmuse commented & provided feedback 9 months ago
karma

Works for me.

User Icon frantisekz commented & provided feedback 9 months ago
karma

Works fine on ThinkPad P1 Gen2

User Icon amessina provided feedback 9 months ago
karma
BZ#2235100 /dev/tpm* is missing with new kernels
User Icon tharadash commented & provided feedback 9 months ago
karma

Seems to work fine on bare-metal HP Z440, AMD RX570 with UEFI. No issues to report so far and kernel regression tests both PASS.

User Icon johnh99 commented & provided feedback 9 months ago
karma

OK here. Ryzen 3700x, Rog Strix B550-F, nvidia 2070 from rpmfusion.

User Icon michaelhertelvst commented & provided feedback 9 months ago
karma

Works fine on Intel NUC BXNUC10i5FNKN2 (Intel® Core™ i5-10210U) with Fedora CoreOs Bare Metal.

BZ#2235100 /dev/tpm* is missing with new kernels
User Icon ibims commented & provided feedback 9 months ago
karma

Works on baremetal (non UEFI mode) AMD Ryzen5 3600, Mainboard MSI B450M Mortar Max with prop. nvidia driver (535.104.5) from rpmfusion.org (GTX980 card). Works with Gnome-Desktop (Xorg).

This update has been submitted for stable by acaringi.

9 months ago

This update has been pushed to stable.

9 months ago
User Icon theaustrian commented & provided feedback 9 months ago
karma

DVB-T device works OK on 6.4.14-200.fc38.x86_64.

DVB-T devices fails on 6.4.15-200.fc38.x86_64 with:

Sep 15 21:12:07 host kernel: failing symbol_get of non-GPLONLY symbol dib7000p_attach.

Sep 15 21:12:07 host kernel: DVB: Unable to find symbol dib7000p_attach()

User Icon adonnen commented & provided feedback 9 months ago
karma

I cannot boot into this kernel. It shows Loading Linux 6.4.15 and then hangs until I force restart. I previously disabled IBT for previous builds, and 6.4.14 worked fine.

User Icon adonnen commented & provided feedback 9 months ago
karma

After reinstalling it, it works. I don't know what happened. I experimented with ibt=off param which I had to use in the past, but now it seems to work either way. I settled on: sudo grubby --info="/boot/vmlinuz-6.4.15-200.fc38.x86_64"

index=0 kernel="/boot/vmlinuz-6.4.15-200.fc38.x86_64" args="ro rootflags=subvol=root rd.luks.uuid=luks-6a4f05a4-e882-4a05-b600-ea3847c32665 rhgb quiet module_blacklist=hid_sensor_hub nvme.noacpi=1" root="UUID=65c3ea11-4c47-4f1e-ad66-bd1f6541fc20" initrd="/boot/initramfs-6.4.15-200.fc38.x86_64.img" title="Fedora Linux (6.4.15-200.fc38.x86_64) 38 (Workstation Edition)" id="607af05d76874ab993c8a6fdae8e6556-6.4.15-200.fc38.x86_64"

User Icon gtzhere commented & provided feedback 9 months ago
karma

I recently installed F38 on my system , i was facing random firefox crashes , whole system freeze no mouse keyboard working , had to press restart button in order to make it work again , then i switched back to previous 6.2xxx kernel and now everything seems to be working fine just one issue that if i use 165hz display setting memory clock usage always at 100% , i have set it to 60hz so it's fine now , i have uploaded some crash reports and my neofetch details if it helps " https://imgur.com/a/lgjhjls "

BZ#2235100 /dev/tpm* is missing with new kernels
User Icon gtzhere commented & provided feedback 9 months ago

Sry i downvoted bugs and test cases too , i didn't know what they are and i could't find edit or delete feedback option so i'm hoping this way i can revert it

BZ#2235100 /dev/tpm* is missing with new kernels
User Icon gtzhere commented & provided feedback 9 months ago

it seems like there is some problem with using rams in dual channel mode with xmp enabled , there are crashes , but if i use one ram at a time it's stable , memory is seems okay as i was using both in windows and there were no crashes , even used windows memory diagnostic tool and there were no problems detected , but when i use dual channel in f38 i am facing crashes , sometime when i use glxinfo , system freezes , it seems like more stable when i use one ram at a time , doesn't matter which one but if i use both , firefox tab crashes , and sometimes system freezes.

User Icon atim commented & provided feedback 9 months ago

@gtzhere try to test your RAM with https://www.memtest.org/ And after memtest you could try https://flathub.org/apps/org.mersenne.mprime


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bugfix
Karma
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Test Gating
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submitted
9 months ago
in testing
9 months ago
in stable
9 months ago
modified
9 months ago
approved
9 months ago
BZ#2235100 /dev/tpm* is missing with new kernels
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Automated Test Results

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0 12 Test Case kernel regression