Maybe old news but thought I would bring it up here, just in case the lads in the home office had not see this.
How often it is that we cover on this forum that running toward the Latest and Greatest can be harmful.
Stability and well-tested is a better way to go.
After looking at some logs we do end up with potentially bogus panel power sequencing delays, which may harm the LCD panel.
Greg, I recommend immediate revert of this stuff, and new stable release ASAP. Plus a recommendation that no one using laptops with Intel GPUs run 5.19.12.
I would prefer to see greater clarity, as many people may wonder if all versions of 5.19 are suspect. Or just the 5.19.12.
@Lou , you can tag AZorin and zorink with the @ sign in order to draw their attention to something or to helpful feedback.
And right in the article: Stable kernel lead Greg Kroah-Hartman has already released kernel 5.19.13, which fixes the issue.
So it really is a non-issue as it was already fixed.
Say it again please...Say it often and say it loudly!
Maybe on forum put some topic what not doing to risk hardware.
I know i put that in linux news or some viruses topic.
Before doing something better asking.
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