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ESDQ 4.0 is failed on Elkhart Lake platform

Funway
Beginner
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Dear sir,

I have installed the ESDQ 4.0 and finished the test. But there are some fail items on test report. I attach the test report. Could you check it and 

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JesusE_Intel
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Hi Funway,


It looks like you are using Ubuntu 20.04 with Kernel 5.11. According to the documentation, Ubuntu 20.04 is only supported with kernel 5.4 or 5.8 Would it be possible for you to test on one of the supported kernels?


Regards,

Jesus


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JesusE_Intel
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Hi Funway,


It looks like you are using Ubuntu 20.04 with Kernel 5.11. According to the documentation, Ubuntu 20.04 is only supported with kernel 5.4 or 5.8 Would it be possible for you to test on one of the supported kernels?


Regards,

Jesus


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Funway
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Hi Jesus

After installing the ESDQ, It would be updated automatically and the version of kernel is upgraded to 5.11. Would you offer the new version for kernel 5.11?

 

Best Regards

Funway

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Xiang_Intel
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Hi Funway,

 

ESDQ does not work on Kernel 5.11. Currently, it only supports Kernel 5.8 and 5.4 as mentioned in the documents. 

 

There are 2 items want to check with you,

1. Does any upgrade command example sudo apt upgrade is performed after setting up the OS? The upgrade command will upgrade the existing kernel to the latest kernel.

 

2. Can I have the list of kernels installed in the system? You can get the list of kernels installed via sudo dpkg --list | grep linux-image

 

Regards,

Lim Xiang Yang

 

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JesusE_Intel
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Hi Funway,


I don't recall my kernel being updated automatically after installing ESDQ. Let me check with my peers as I don't currently have access to an Elkhart Lake system to test.


Regards,

Jesus


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JesusE_Intel
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