I have done a nodebug kernel  on soas;KDE;LXDE with 32 GB microSD
cards. All work smoothly and much faster afterwards.
That's to be expected, rawhide always has debug turned on except for the
first build of each RC.
Once we branch the debug gets turned off.
"sd-host-bcm2835-not registering properly" so debug kernel
keeps trying to
register it until it fills up the card.
I don't know what you mean by this, can you provide details an the kernel
Is there a missing file on the f31 spin . .raw files that precludes
I notice that the arm file:
ubuntu-mate-18.04.2-beta1-desktop-armhf+raspi-ext4.img Has a
"sd-host-bcm already registered - abort " on boot
Again, I need context here, I've never used Ubuntu on Arm, let alone a
Raspberry Pi, what kernel version?
This debug messaging appears to dominate all 3 spins to the point that
only a very few processor cycles are devoted to the spin itself.
Well I'm not surprised by that, it's the same kernel.
This almost requires using a nodebug kernel to test spins on the
So wait until we branch, or wait until Tuesday when we have a compose that
contains the 5.3-rc1.0.1git kernel which will have debug turned off. The
general rule of thumb is that the Tuesday compose, if successful, will have
the nodebug kernel in it and the change isn't so great that if you test
each Tuesday's release that you'll be fine.
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