Livepatch 10.4.1 - kernel not supported

I’m running Ubuntu 22.04 on amd64 architecture, with default kernel 5.15.0-56. Livepatch just updated to 10.4.1:

$ snap list
Name                 Version      Rev    Tracking       Publisher   Notes
canonical-livepatch  10.4.1       164    latest/stable  canonical✓  -
core                 16-2.57.6    14399  latest/stable  canonical✓  core
core18               20221103     2632   latest/stable  canonical✓  base
core20               20221123     1738   latest/stable  canonical✓  base
core22               20221129     444    latest/stable  canonical✓  base
lxd                  5.8-bb9c9b1  23983  latest/stable  canonical✓  -
snapd                2.57.6       17883  latest/stable  canonical✓  snapd

Now it says kernel is not supported. Is this a known bug with the latest version?

$ canonical-livepatch status
last check: 7 minutes ago
kernel: 5.15.0-56.62-generic
server check-in: succeeded
patch state: ✗ kernel version not supported
tier: updates (Free usage; This machine beta tests new patches.)
machine id: dc456ef962ee4a889170bba36c050504

I mean, it doesn’t get any more default than this… :thinking:

try reporting it at the bugtracker

I’m also seeing the same and have reported it on Launchpad:

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Now fixed on both my ‘focal’ and ‘jammy’ laptops so I’ve closed my bug report as being fixed.

(Another user has also reported this as being fixed for them.)