On Wed, May 16, 2012 at 9:06 PM, RB <aoz.syn@...> wrote:
> I don't like submitting bugs without having already determiend the
> root cause, but I might have to make an exception in this case.
Hi, you might want to try booting Liberté Linux 2011.2 for an
independent verification, since it uses hardened kernel 3.2.11, and is
very homogeneous (i.e., everything is built with the same hardened
gcc, there are no PaX markings (except /bin/fuser, of course, #394443,
*cough*), etc.). Add "root" to the kernel parameters to enable root
password: "liberte". Logging is done with metalog, so the logs are in
/var/log/everything. Kernel config:
Most of the packages are latest stable x86 (no amd64 build),
xf86-video-intel is 2.17.0-r3. See http://dee.su/liberte and
http://dee.su/liberte-install, you only need ~200 MiB free space on a
USB key. FWIW, I did not receive any report about issues with Intel
video cards so far.
Liberté Linux (discussion / support: http://dee.su/liberte-contribute)