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Date:   Sat, 4 Jul 2020 15:29:11 -0500
From:   Steve French <>
To:     LKML <>
Subject: 5.8-rc1 and later breaks chrome browser

I noticed that chrome crashes immediately on startup  on my desktop
booting to 5.8-rc2 or later kernels (whether I build the kernel or
using the prebuilt weekly Ubuntu mainline kernel downloads).  Works
fine with default kernels or 5.7 or 5.7.7 stable kernel etc. - just
breaks if I boot 5.8-rc2 or later.  I even tried building with today's
mainline kernel and same thing.  Any ideas how to work around this.

Message logged to dmesg is:

[  131.366543] ThreadPoolServi[2526]: segfault at 415048 ip
00005652def3370d sp 00007fcdc3b37df0 error 6 in
[  131.366546] Code: Bad RIP value.



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