amdgpu kernel module went broken last Friday.
Fedo34 tries to build kernel module, but cannot finish.
the broken kernel is
worked like a charm.
concerned onboard chip is:
AMD Radeon R600 = R600, RV610, RV630, RV620, RV635, RV670, RS780, RS880
aka: HD2400 - HD4290
Radeon AMD RS780 (DRM 2.50.0 / 5.12.2-1-MANJARO, LLVM 11.1.0 ) (obviously I cannot copy kinfocenter in Fedo any longer so this is Manja)
Pls report this issue on bugzilla.com! Thx
I take it?
Fedora , component=kernel , assignee being firstname.lastname@example.org
would be my guess.
thanks. However, I already “fixed” it by removing the package
once it dawned on me that “I don’t need a driver (-package)” , i.e. the kernel driver is better suited than the amdgpu package.
Hard to to tell these days, what you need and don’t need…
Not sure if I am entirely accurate, but the machine works now!
Even on vmlinuz-5.12.8-300.fc34.x86_64 testing-kernel appearantly after
sudo dnf --enablerepo=updates-testing install kernel\*
Generally speaking, the binary AMD drivers are not really used anymore. DKMS failures to build after a kernel update typically need to be reported and tracked with whoever provided the kernel driver that dkms is trying to build though. It is never Fedora. Packaging kernel modules outside of mainline is against Fedora policy, and falls to 3rd party repositories to maintain.
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