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16 Sep 2022 22:32 #252127 by PCW
I think the only current way is to build from source

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16 Sep 2022 23:01 #252129 by JT
Seems easier to just use Debian 10...

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16 Sep 2022 23:08 #252130 by PCW
Yes 4.19 is fine

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16 Sep 2022 23:22 #252131 by rodw

I think the only current way is to build from source


Thanks, I seem to remember that wasn't a lot of fun.. I may try it again..

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17 Sep 2022 05:54 - 17 Sep 2022 06:07 #252138 by boozeman
Hi,

I have Debian 11 Bookworm with kernel 5.19.6-1 installed on Lenovo ThinkCentre M910Q. The machines Network Card is trusty Intel I219-LM and I have fresh Mesa 7i96S

I had no issues with Mesa.

Can anyone with problems about the 5.x kernel test it with Intel Network card (PCIe)
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17 Sep 2022 13:33 #252168 by rodw

Hi,

I have Debian 11 Bookworm with kernel 5.19.6-1 installed on Lenovo ThinkCentre M910Q. The machines Network Card is trusty Intel I219-LM and I have fresh Mesa 7i96S

I had no issues with Mesa.

Can anyone with problems about the 5.x kernel test it with Intel Network card (PCIe)

The problem is many USFF PC's don't have a PCI slot and the manufacturer went with a realtek nic soldered to the main board so its nit as easy as that!! I think its already been determined it is not an issue with intel chips.

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17 Sep 2022 14:50 #252172 by PCW
The problem with 5x kernel does happen with Intel MACs
but only on some PCs.

(which may indicate its not really sensitive to the MAC but some other hardware)

In my experience, on affected systems, the latency gets worse when there is
lots of video activity, so perhaps a video driver issue is involved.

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17 Sep 2022 17:28 #252181 by tommylight
I would tend to agree with PCW on this, latest Linux distros use "wayland" as screen output, while the older used the tried and tested "xserver".
I have an HP laptop that will not work with any new distro, black screen-hard reset, while it is very happy with Mint 19.3.
Another thing pointing in that direction, i test a lot of PC's with the latest distros and as far as i recall i never had droped link due to using 5.nn kernels out of maybe 15 to 20 different PC's from fairly old to my new-ish Ryzen 7.
Need to test a wayland distro to see if that is the case.
Yeah, most of this testing i have done with Debian 12/testing and Mint 20.

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17 Sep 2022 19:54 #252203 by rodw
Depending on what graphical environments are installed on the 5.x debian kernels (eg Bookworm et al), you can select X windows instead of Wayland on the logon screen. If you have auto login set up, just logout to get to this.

We found this to be an issue for remote support via Teamviewer which requires X. So it was good to find such a simple workaround. 

I think the early builds of Bullseye 5.10 did not have this issue when I think back.

I saw that the Kernel 6 Release candidate will become 5.20 so maybe Debian will adopt it. They seem to be incrementing kernels as they are released.

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18 Sep 2022 02:47 #252231 by arvidb

I saw that the Kernel 6 Release candidate will become 5.20 so maybe Debian will adopt it.

There's nothing special about the 6.x kernels compared to the 5.x ones. From www.kernel.org/category/releases.html :

"Does the major version number (4.x vs 5.x) mean anything?

No. The major version number is incremented when the number after the dot starts looking "too big." There is literally no other reason."

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