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2014-07-12
20:26:30 Source Code scm commit: [armhf] Add MMC and NIC modules for BeagleBone Black to udebs. (Closes: #754491) (r21540)Ian Campbell
20:26:27 Source Code scm commit: [armel] Remove drivers/net/phy configs which are redundant with toplevel No change to the eventual .config files (r21539)Ian Campbell
20:02:08 Source Code scm commit: released as 2.6.32-48squeeze8 to squeeze-lts (r21538)Holger 'h01ger' Levsen
19:47:26 Source Code scm commit: remove hunks modifiying non-existing core. this builds, but I haven't yet verified it's correct... (r21537)Holger 'h01ger' Levsen
19:46:13 Source Code scm commit: start work on 2.6.32-48squeeze9, add patches for CVE-2014-4653 (fd9f26e4eca5d08a27d12c0933fceef76ed9663d) and CVE-2014-4654+4655 (82262a46627bebb0febcc26664746c25cef08563) (r21536)Holger 'h01ger' Levsen
19:34:36 Source Code scm commit: Release linux (3.14.12-1). (r21535)Ben Hutchings
19:07:13 Source Code scm commit: Include patches/debian/alsa-avoid-abi-change-for-cve-2014-4652-fix.patch from sid to avoid ABI breakage. Release as 2.6.32-48squeeze8 to squeeze-lts. (r21534)Holger 'h01ger' Levsen
18:59:49 Source Code scm commit: Prepare to release linux (3.14.12-1). (r21533)Ben Hutchings
15:01:35 Source Code scm commit: update patch for CVE-2014-4699 to apply cleanly in 48squeeze8 (r21532)Holger 'h01ger' Levsen
15:01:09 Source Code scm commit: update patch for CVE-2014-4656-2 to apply cleanly in 48squeeze8 (r21531)Holger 'h01ger' Levsen
15:00:14 Source Code scm commit: remove patch for CVE-2012-6647 which already is included 2.6.32-47 from January 2013 (r21530)Holger 'h01ger' Levsen
14:59:38 Source Code scm commit: remove patch for CVE-2012-6647 which already is included 2.6.32-47 from January 2013 (r21529)Holger 'h01ger' Levsen
2014-07-11
19:50:19 Source Code scm commit: release 2.6.32-48squeeze8 to squeeze-lts (r21528)Holger 'h01ger' Levsen
16:55:20 Source Code scm commit: [rt] random: Restore interrupt randomness dropped in 3.14.10-rt6 (r21527)Ben Hutchings
16:46:28 Source Code scm commit: [m68k] block: Change IOSCHED_CFQ to built-in and make it the default I/O scheduler, consistent with other architectures (r21526)Ben Hutchings
16:44:49 Source Code scm commit: Update to 3.14.12 Drop x86 ptrace patch which is included in it. Ignore or work around various ABI changes. (r21525)Ben Hutchings
02:38:04 Source Code scm commit: [s390,s390x] Ignore ABI change in lowcore structure (fixes FTBFS) (r21524)Ben Hutchings
02:29:07 Source Code scm commit: [rt] Update to 3.14.10-rt7 (r21523)Ben Hutchings
2014-07-10
14:03:43 Source Code scm commit: prepare 3.15.5-1~exp1 release take advantage of calm day and drm fixes. Signed-off-by: maximilian attems (r21522)Maximilian Attems
07:58:50 Source Code scm commit: prepare changelog Signed-off-by: maximilian attems (r21521)Maximilian Attems
2014-07-08
19:51:28 Source Code scm commit: make CVE-2014-4656-2.patch apply cleanly (r21520)Holger 'h01ger' Levsen
13:15:46 Source Code scm commit: fix patch names in series (r21519)Moritz Muehlenhoff
2014-07-07
20:29:37 Source Code scm commit: Update POTFILES.in following commit r20506 The template file has been moved, but POTFILES.in hasn't been updated following that move. This way the po files can be updated using: debconf-updatepo --podir=debian/templates/po (r21518)Aurelien Jarno
17:44:52 Source Code scm commit: Release linux-latest (58). (r21517)Ben Hutchings
17:44:20 Source Code scm commit: Release linux (3.14.10-1). (r21516)Ben Hutchings
17:41:56 Source Code scm commit: Prepare to rebuild including arm64 and ppc64el architectures (r21515)Ben Hutchings
12:32:51 Source Code scm commit: Prepare to release linux (3.14.10-1). (r21514)Ben Hutchings
10:36:34 Source Code scm commit: CVE-2014-4652 (r21513)Moritz Muehlenhoff
10:28:12 Source Code scm commit: CVE-2014-4699 (r21512)Moritz Muehlenhoff
10:12:54 Source Code scm commit: CVE-2013-4387 / CVE-2013-4430 (r21511)Moritz Muehlenhoff
10:11:03 Source Code scm commit: Avoid ABI change due to added #include in (r21510)Ben Hutchings
10:06:09 Source Code scm commit: CVE-2013-4470 (r21509)Moritz Muehlenhoff
09:40:03 Source Code scm commit: CVE-2014-3122 / CVE-2012-6647 (r21508)Moritz Muehlenhoff
00:16:47 Source Code scm commit: Resolve rt conflicts with 3.14.10 (r21507)Ben Hutchings
00:10:20 Source Code scm commit: Workaround/ignore ABI changes as appropriate (r21506)Ben Hutchings
2014-07-06
23:51:17 Source Code scm commit: shmem: fix faulting into a hole while it's punched (CVE-2014-4171) (r21505)Ben Hutchings
23:46:24 Source Code scm commit: [amd64] ptrace,x86: force IRET path after a ptrace_stop() (CVE-2014-4699) (r21504)Ben Hutchings
23:35:44 Source Code scm commit: Update to 3.14.10 (r21503)Ben Hutchings
17:37:30 Source Code scm commit: Merge changes from wheezy-security up to 3.2.60-1+deb7u1 (r21502)Ben Hutchings
17:36:17 Source Code scm commit: Release linux (3.2.60-1+deb7u1). (r21501)Ben Hutchings
17:35:30 Source Code scm commit: Fixes for version 3.2.60-1+deb7u1 (r21500)Ben Hutchings
17:30:17 Source Code scm commit: Merge changes from wheezy up to 3.2.60-1 (r21499)Ben Hutchings
2014-07-02
21:01:58 Source Code scm commit: Patch for CVE-2014-3144 and CVE-2014-3145 (r21498)Raphael Geissert
18:30:59 Source Code scm commit: fix changelog Signed-off-by: maximilian attems (r21497)Maximilian Attems
18:28:54 Source Code scm commit: prepare 3.15.3-1 for release Signed-off-by: maximilian attems (r21496)Maximilian Attems
09:25:44 Source Code scm commit: [mips,mipsel] Add mips64 and mips64el support (Closes: #749688). (r21495)Aurelien Jarno
08:20:34 Source Code scm commit: axe 3.15.3 incorporated patch Signed-off-by: maximilian attems (r21494)Maximilian Attems
07:13:15 Source Code scm commit: Fix changelog (r21493)Aurelien Jarno
07:07:12 Source Code scm commit: [mips/mipsel] Clean mipsel installer by using symlinks to the mips versions. (r21492)Aurelien Jarno
2014-07-01
16:02:27 Source Code scm commit: update changelog 3.15.3 Signed-off-by: maximilian attems (r21491)Maximilian Attems
15:45:37 Source Code scm commit: [mips/mipsel] Move common MIPS kernel config files to kernelarch-mips. (r21490)Aurelien Jarno
08:30:26 Source Code scm commit: Don't force initramfs for loongson3, as it is the default since the merge from sid. (r21489)Aurelien Jarno
08:27:35 Source Code scm commit: more fixes (r21488)Moritz Muehlenhoff
08:15:17 Source Code scm commit: CVE-2014-3917 (r21487)Moritz Muehlenhoff
01:24:36 Source Code scm commit: Use https for ChangeLog-3.15.2 (r21486)Ben Hutchings
01:23:29 Source Code scm commit: Merge changes from sid up to 3.14.9-1 (r21485)Ben Hutchings
01:16:06 Source Code scm commit: Update to 3.15.2 (r21484)Ben Hutchings
2014-06-30
15:47:59 Source Code scm commit: Release linux (3.14.9-1). (r21483)Ben Hutchings
15:47:27 Source Code scm commit: Prepare to release linux (3.14.9-1). (r21482)Ben Hutchings
15:47:08 Source Code scm commit: Ignore target ABI change, as target modules currently must be in-tree (r21481)Ben Hutchings
2014-06-29
03:35:26 Source Code scm commit: Release linux (3.2.60-1). (r21480)Ben Hutchings
02:59:51 Source Code scm commit: Prepare to reelease linux (3.2.60-1). (r21479)Ben Hutchings
02:31:36 Source Code scm commit: [rt] Fix latency histogram after "hrtimer: Set expiry time before switch_hrtimer_base()" in 3.14.6 (r21478)Ben Hutchings
02:25:32 Source Code scm commit: [x86] x86_32, entry: Do syscall exit work on badsys (CVE-2014-4508) (r21477)Ben Hutchings
02:19:32 Source Code scm commit: Update to 3.14.9 Deal with the various ABI changes: * Avoid the change in ALSA * We can no longer avoid a change in sockdiag, and it doesn't seem to have any OOT users so ignore it * team driver probably doesn't have OOT users, so ignore the change (r21476)Ben Hutchings
01:09:25 Source Code scm commit: ALSA: Avoid ABI change for CVE-2014-4652 fix (r21475)Ben Hutchings
00:23:01 Source Code scm commit: target: Explicitly clear ramdisk_mcp backend pages (CVE-2014-4027) (r21474)Ben Hutchings
00:17:22 Source Code scm commit: Add various security fixes (r21473)Ben Hutchings
2014-06-28
22:38:05 Source Code scm commit: [rt] Fix latency histogram after "hrtimer: Set expiry time before switch_hrtimer_base()" in 3.2.60 (r21472)Ben Hutchings
2014-06-27
15:38:07 Source Code scm commit: linux-image: Make initramfs support unconditional (r21471)Ben Hutchings
07:51:13 Source Code scm commit: Also enable initramfs for all mips flavours (r21470)Aurelien Jarno
2014-06-26
22:34:03 Source Code scm commit: [mipsel] Enable initramfs for all flavours, but keep the disk related drivers built-in for now. (r21469)Aurelien Jarno
2014-06-25
21:17:52 Source Code scm commit: [arm64] Enable COMPAT to support 32-bit binaries. (r21468)Aurelien Jarno
2014-06-22
00:53:34 Source Code scm commit: [rt] Update to 3.2.60-rt87 (r21467)Ben Hutchings
2014-06-21
18:21:39 Source Code scm commit: Release linux (3.14.7-1~bpo70+1). (r21466)Ben Hutchings
12:58:41 Source Code scm commit: reopen changelog Signed-off-by: maximilian attems (r21465)Maximilian Attems
02:53:45 Source Code scm commit: Add ABI reference for 3.14-0.bpo.1 (r21464)Ben Hutchings
02:52:32 Source Code scm commit: Merge changes from sid up to 3.14.7-1 (r21463)Ben Hutchings
2014-06-20
21:13:43 Source Code scm commit: prepare to release 3.15.1-1~exp1 Signed-off-by: maximilian attems (r21462)Maximilian Attems
2014-06-19
01:57:48 Source Code scm commit: Update to 3.15.1 (r21461)Ben Hutchings
2014-06-18
00:07:58 Source Code scm commit: MIPS broken seccomp is now CVE-2014-4157 (r21460)Ben Hutchings
2014-06-17
17:49:05 Source Code scm commit: aufs: Update to aufs3.14-20140616 (r21459)Ben Hutchings
16:04:58 Source Code scm commit: Use https scheme in Bug-Debian field when updating aufs patches (r21458)Ben Hutchings
16:02:46 Source Code scm commit: Use https scheme for Bug-Debian field in patch headers (r21457)Ben Hutchings
16:00:06 Source Code scm commit: Update to 3.14.8 (r21456)Ben Hutchings
15:43:04 Source Code scm commit: Use https scheme for stable update changelog URLs (r21455)Ben Hutchings
2014-06-16
12:26:26 Source Code scm commit: Release linux (3.14.7-1). (r21454)Ben Hutchings
12:25:32 Source Code scm commit: Set abiname to trunk, assuming the next upload will still be to experimental (r21453)Ben Hutchings
12:24:52 Source Code scm commit: Merge changes from sid up to 3.14.7-1 Replace 'powerpc/powernv: Add calls to support little endian host' with the version committed upstream. Drop the ABI-preserving changes. (r21452)Ben Hutchings
12:05:16 Source Code scm commit: Prepare to release linux (3.14.7-1). (r21451)Ben Hutchings
02:31:23 Source Code scm commit: [rt] hrtimer: Disable MISSED_TIMER_OFFSETS_HIST as it will currently result in a panic (r21450)Ben Hutchings
01:40:18 Source Code scm commit: PCI/sysfs: add per pci device msi[x] irq listing (Closes: #748595) - PCI/MSI: Export MSI mode using attributes, not kobjects - Fix various memory leaks in this feature (seriously how hard can this be?) - Move/remove structure fields to avoid an ABI change (r21449)Ben Hutchings
00:31:40 Source Code scm commit: netfilter: ipv4: defrag: set local_df flag on defragmented skb (fixes regression in 3.2.57 and another in 3.2.60) (r21448)Ben Hutchings
00:24:36 Source Code scm commit: [mips] seccomp: Check system calls whenever seccomp is enabled, even if audit and trace are disabled (Closes: #751417) (r21447)Ben Hutchings
00:08:03 Source Code scm commit: Release firmware-nonfree (0.43). (r21446)Ben Hutchings
2014-06-15
23:49:55 Source Code scm commit: Prepare to release firmware-nonfree (0.43). (r21445)Ben Hutchings
23:47:56 Source Code scm commit: samsung: New package containing firmware for Samsung MFC video codecs used in Exynos SoCs (Closes: #749423) (r21444)Ben Hutchings
23:20:22 Source Code scm commit: Explain the seccomp fix properly (r21443)Ben Hutchings
23:14:38 Source Code scm commit: PCI/MSI: Fix memory leak in free_msi_irqs() (regression in 3.14) (r21442)Ben Hutchings
23:11:58 Source Code scm commit: SCSI: Fix spurious request sense in error handling (regression in 3.14) (r21441)Ben Hutchings
23:09:05 Source Code scm commit: fs,userns: Change inode_capable to capable_wrt_inode_uidgid (CVE-2014-4014) Plus ABI fix. (r21440)Ben Hutchings
21:20:18 Source Code scm commit: Fix some ABI changes in 3.14.6 (r21439)Ben Hutchings
18:58:43 Source Code scm commit: Ignore serio ABI change in 3.14.6 (r21438)Ben Hutchings
15:13:18 Source Code scm commit: ppc64el: installer: new files This creates the debian/installer/ppc64el dir with the usual contents (kernel-versions, packages-list, and modules/). For commonality with the other powerpc-based ports, make the installer's module lists '#include' those from the ppc64 port (which in turn '#includes' some from the powerpc port). The differences are 4 modules from ps3/cell/powermacs systems removed from nic-modules and scsi-modules. Changes from V2 [1]: - Removed symlinks 'debian/installer/ppc64el/modules/{powerpc,ppc64}'. - Updated #include paths in module lists accordingly (path of ppc64 port). [2] https://lists.debian.org/debian-kernel/2014/06/msg00064.html Signed-off-by: Mauricio Faria de Oliveira (r21437)Ben Hutchings
2014-06-13
15:51:37 Source Code scm commit: [arm64] Enable modular RTC_DRV_PL031. (r21436)Aurelien Jarno
03:01:37 Source Code scm commit: iwlwifi: Add Intel Wireless 3160, 7260 and 7265 firmware version 23.214.9.0 (ABI 9)Note that 3.14.7 fixes CVE-2014-3940Add some important fixes pending for 3.14.8 Update to 3.14.7 Drop the speakup patches which were included in this. [ppc64el] Enable PPC_TRANSACTIONAL_MEM We want it for big-endian configs as well, but that changes ABI so will have to wait. Update the overall maintainers list - alpha, ia64 and sparc have no kernel maintainer - Martin Michlmayr and Frederik Schueler have also retired - Ian Campbell became an arm and arm64 maintainer - Andi Barth became a mips maintainer - Michael Prokop became an initramfs-tools maintainer - Milan Kupcevic is the new mkvmlinuz maintainer - firmware-free was split from linux - kmod replaced module-init-tools - yaird was removed, while dracut was added - udev was merged into systemd Summarise ppc64el changes from Mauricio Faria de Oliveirappc64el: bug: bug/include-model Add 'ppc64le' (uname output) to the powerpc list. Signed-off-by: Mauricio Faria de Oliveira powerpc/powernv: Add calls to support little endian host ppc64el: kernel: patch: temporarily disable zImage Debian ppc64el will wait for the 'powerpc/boot: 64bit little endian wrapper' (zImage) patches upstream rather than shipping 32-bit tools for zImage. The patches are currently in Ben Herrenschmidt's linux-next tree [1]. The patches are not being carried over instead of this workaround because, even without both, the build process does produces vmlinux, only failing for zImage. So, it's ok to just work-around this for now, as we pick vmlinux. The workaround patch just avoids this build error: [...] LD vmlinux SYSMAP System.map [...] WRAP arch/powerpc/boot/zImage.pseries ld: unrecognised emulation mode: elf32ppc Supported emulations: elf64lppc elf32lppc elf32lppclinux elf32lppcsim make[6]: *** [arch/powerpc/boot/zImage.pseries] Error 1 make[5]: *** [zImage] Error 2 [1] https://git.kernel.org/cgit/linux/kernel/git/next/linux-next.git/log/?qt=grep&q=powerpc%2Fboot (15 commits with message prefix 'powerpc/boot:' dated of 2014-04-28) Signed-off-by: Mauricio Faria de Oliveira [powerpc] Build-depend on gcc-4.8 (>= 4.8.2-1) to ensure that JUMP_LABEL works We aren't trying to avoid ABI changes on trunk. Drop patches applied upstream in 3.15 ppc64el: kernel: defines file Create a more complete 'debian/config/ppc64el/defines' file. The ppc64el (little endian) config has most options common with the ppc64 (big endian) config. Signed-off-by: Mauricio Faria de Oliveira ppc64el: kernel: config: little-endian powerpc64 options This config has options for little-endian PowerPC64 systems. It shares most options with big-endian PowerPC64 systems. The differences are: - choice: Endianness selection Build a little endian kernel. - choice: Page size 64k pages have benefits (performance et al) over 4k pages on IBM POWER processors. The Debian ppc64el port primarily runs on this sort of hardware and chances are it will also run on hardware based on it (i.e., OpenPOWER) [1] [2]. - Maximum number of CPUs This was increased to 2048 (following pseries_le_defconfig). For the currently announced systems, the number of CPUs range between 80-192 (1 or 2 processor module(s) * 10 or 12 cores per module * 8 threads per core) [3]. This is enough to have to diverge from CONFIG_NR_CPUS=32 in the other powerpc ports. For future systems, it's likely larger ones will be announced. The rationale: consider the announced systems are classified as 'scale-out' and 'entry-level', plus larger ones have been historically made available for addressing other markets; and notice the largest POWER7 server has 1024 CPUs (threads) [4], and that the threads-per-core doubled from POWER7 to POWER8. So, the 2048 value is a reasonable 'max' in that projection. Certainly it is greater than what would be required for most systems, but I belive 'max' makes sense in that case, if we are not looking for kernel rebuild and/with different config for the larger systems (although I would be ok with flavours). - choice: Default CPUFreq governor As other architectures, we would prefer the default cpufreq governor to be 'ondemand'. The currently available cpufreq driver is for the PowerNV (non-virtualized) platform, where all processors are available. In that scenario, statically running at the highest frequency (specially on idle processors) is not very desireable for the hardware around (servers), and it is not unlikely for future hardware (possibly non-servers) to benefit too, considering that energy savings have been increasingly important on most environments. (Note: the powernv-cpufreq driver was introduced only in 3.15; so, this option has no effect in 3.14; it is harmless. I can put in patches for enabling this on 3.14 soon.) - Apple PowerMac based machines This is being disabled temporarily, until a patch makes upstream (restricting it to 'depends on !CPU_LITTLE_ENDIAN'). This hardware line has no (known) support for little endian mode currently, and disabling it has the useful effect of also disabling a lot of config options which 'depends on PPC_PMAC', thus saving tens of lines from changing config files. It indeed has to be disabled because it's enabled by default ('depends on BOOK3S', 'default y'), so even changing it from config files would not be sufficient. [1] 'OpenPOWER Foundation Unveils First Innovations and Roadmap' http://openpowerfoundation.org/press-releases/openpower-foundation-unveils-first-innovations-and-roadmap/ [2] 'POWER8 Reference Board now available for Development!' http://openpowerfoundation.org/technical/related-links/ [3] 'IBM Power System S812L and S822L' http://www-03.ibm.com/systems/power/hardware/s812l-s822l/specs.html [4] 'IBM Power 795 server' http://www-03.ibm.com/systems/power/hardware/795/perfdata.html Signed-off-by: Mauricio Faria de Oliveira ppc64el: kernel: config: split common/big-endian powerpc64 options Move big-endian exclusive options into config-arch-64-be. Mostly things that don't support little-endian mode: Cell, PS3, PASemi, Maple, PowerMac. Signed-off-by: Mauricio Faria de Oliveira ppc64el: kernel: config: split common/big-endian powerpc64 options Move big-endian exclusive options into config-arch-64-be. Mostly things that don't support little-endian mode: Cell, PS3, PASemi, Maple, PowerMac. Signed-off-by: Mauricio Faria de Oliveira * topconfig: Enable modular HW_RANDOM. * [kernelarch-powerpc] Remove HW_RANDOM. * [kernelarch-x86] Remove HW_RANDOM. * [mips/4kc-malta] Remove HW_RANDOM. * [mips/5kc-malta] Remove HW_RANDOM. * [mips/octeon] Remove HW_RANDOM. (r21435)Ben Hutchings
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