I will investigate this. I've downgraded the kernel already to 3.9.4 from 3.9.7, but it doesn't fixed it.
I have to confirm this It is embarrassing rule of Gnome. One fine and good release, is always followed by a release with a plenty of bugs and bad decisions at every corner. This time it is the later one (Epiphany is no longer a browser, PrintScreen is broken...).
Thanks for your detailed explaination brain0! That also explains some random sights of the watchdog during critical shutdowns (e.g. unexpected network outage)....and options are changed that should not be changedI don't like this kind of undefined behaviour in technical systems and it makes me a little bit worried.
karol wrote:Arch doesn't provide debug information in the packages, you need to compile them yourself https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/De … l_settingsSee also e.g. https://mailman.archlinux.org/pipermail … 17012.htmlThe answer to this mail:https://mailman.archlinux.org/pipermail … 17024.htmlis promising.
Hi,I have the same laptop. Though I've never seen the stack trace you listed, I have noticed a significant drop in performance and frequent disconnects. I downgraded to kernel 3.7 and that seems to have fixed the wireless. I suspect this commit: https://git.kernel.org/cgit/linux/kerne … 8e610da9bd-Ben
I'm having a problem booting 3.15 too, although I get to systemd and a prompt. I just downgraded to 3.14 by chrooting with the install usb by following this archwiki: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Kernel_Panics.