Re: RFH: two base wheezy bugs
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On 16/06/13 10:05, Andrei POPESCU wrote:
> On Du, 16 iun 13, 09:49:41, Holger Levsen wrote:
>> I'm at loss with what to do with #710047. (random freeze since
> More information would be nice, redirect to debian-user?
>> And just closing #708158 ("desktop becomes slower once plugged
>> into power") saying "you didnt supply more info" also is not
>> really my prefered move but I'm a bit hesistant to just reassign
>> to the tracker package. Maybe I should, other ideas welcome.
> The submitter has posted a workaround ('options drm_kms_helper
> poll=N' in a file under /etc/modprobe.d/). Reassign to src:linux?
I think there are more opportunities to enhance the bug tracker
708158 is probably serious or critical for anybody with that hardware
and may be a non-issue, impossible to reproduce for anybody else. It
is lucky that it has been observed elsewhere. Being able to
systematically link bugs to hardware would be useful, then other
owners of the same hardware would (a) be able to check for outstanding
bugs before upgrading (b) try to reproduce and confirm bugs
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