1. 10 Feb, 2019 3 commits
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      Enable lots of new(ish) kconfig options · 99548956
      Ben Hutchings authored
      * 9p: Enable NET_9P_XEN as module
      * ACPI: Enable ACPI_TAD as module
      * amd-xgbe: Enable AMD_XGBE_DCB
      * ath9k: Enable ATH9K_CHANNEL_CONTEXT
      * block: Enable BLK_DEV_ZONED (except armel/marvell)
      * bluetooth: Enable BT_HCIUART_RTL; BT_HCIUART_NOKIA, BT_MTKUART as modules
      * bnxt: Enable BNXT_DCB
      * ethernet: Enable HINIC, ICE, LAN743X, LIQUIDIO_VF as modules
      * can: Enable CAN_VXCAN, CAN_MCBA_USB, CAN_UCAN as modules
      * dm: Enable DM_UNSTRIPED, DM_WRITECACHE, DM_ZONED as modules
      * gnss: Enable GNSS, GNSS_SIRF_SERIAL, GNSS_UBX_SERIAL as modules
      * IB: Enable CGROUP_RDMA (except armel/marvell)
      * ieee802154: Enable IEEE802154_HWSIM as module
      * inet: Enable INET_RAW_DIAG as module
      * input: Enable INPUT_AXP20X_PEK as module
      * IPMI: Enable IPMI_SSIF as module
      * joystick: Enable JOYSTICK_PXRC as module
      * mlx5: Enable MLX5_FPGA, MLX5_CORE_IPOIB; MLXFW as module
      * net: Enable BPF_STREAM_PARSER, XDP_SOCKETS (except armel/marvell);
        NET_FAILOVER, SMC, SMC_DIAG, VSOCKMON as modules
      * net/phy: Enable LED_TRIGGER_PHY; CORTINA_PHY, DP83822_PHY, DP83TC811_PHY,
        MARVELL_10G_PHY, MICROCHIP_T1_PHY, RENESAS_PHY, ROCKCHIP_PHY as modules
      * net/sched: Enable NET_SCH_CBS, NET_SCH_ETF, NET_SCH_SKBPRIO, NET_EMATCH_IPT
        as modules
      * PCMCIA: Enable SCR24X as module
      * [x86] rmi4: Re-enable RMI4_CORE, RMI4_SMB as modules (Closes: #875621);
        RMI4_F03, RMI4_F11, RMI4_F12, RMI4_F30, RMI4_F34, RMI4_F54, RMI4_F55
      * xfrm: Enable XFRM_INTERFACE as module
      * PCI: Enable PCI_PF_STUB as module
      * random: Enable RANDOM_TRUST_CPU. This can be reverted using the kernel
        parameter: random.trust_cpu=off
      * SCSI: Enable QEDF, QEDI as modules
      * serial: Enable SERIAL_8250_EXAR as module
      * tpm: Enable TCG_TIS_SPI, TCG_VTPM_PROXY as modules
      * usbtouchscreen: Enable TOUCHSCREEN_USB_EASYTOUCH
      * wireless: Enable MT76x0U, MT76x2E, MT76x2U, QTNFMAC_PEARL_PCIE as modules
      * zram: Enable ZRAM_WRITEBACK, ZRAM_MEMORY_TRACKING
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      Update config for 4.18 using kconfigeditor2 · b20d268c
      Ben Hutchings authored
      - Various config symbols were removed, renamed or split
      - HOTPLUG_PCI_SHPC is now boolean, so set it to built-in
      - The stack protector config symbols were changed to two booleans
        with different names
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    • Hideki Yamane's avatar
      Improve Laptop Battery Life (Closes: #898629) · ccef5427
      Hideki Yamane authored
      I've found Fedora28 tries to improve battery life on laptop.
      See https://docs.fedoraproject.org/f28/release-notes/sysadmin/Kernel.html#sect-kernel-battery
      
      There are three points.
      
        1. A new SATA link-powermanagement-policy has been written which mirrors
           Windows defaults: med_power_with_dipm, this has been merged for kernel
           4.15, as part of this change this new policy will be the default on all
           Intel mobile chipsets. This saves aprox. 1.0 - 1.5 Watts of power on an
           idle laptop.
        2. Enable Intel HDA codec power-saving by default with a 1 second timeout.
           This saves aprox. 0.4 Watts of power on an idle laptop.
        3. Enable USB autosuspend for USB bluetooth receivers by default. If all
           other USB devices on the laptop also have USB auto-suspend enabled
           (which typically is true) this saves aprox. 0.4 Watts of power on an idle
           laptop.
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  25. 19 May, 2018 1 commit