Gpl On Linux
Posted Jun 02 2017 - 05:11 AM
The ffb feels exactly the same in both kernels.
Yes, sometimes it needs a restart of GPL to make it work for the first time.
Do you have the range file to set the rotation?
Posted Nov 23 2017 - 02:30 AM
To read more detailed info about go here: https://www.phoronix...rch&q=AMDGPU DC
That's a very, very good news for GPL on Linux, for AMD lovers and generally speaking, for all gamers that prefer a PC to a console or hate proprietary, closed code, expensive, inoperative system, who said Micro$oft? Yes, exactly them.
Cookie, please, I've a GTX1080 so can't do any, can you kindly do some test for us?
P.S. Edited to insert the link.
Edited by roberto teso, Nov 23 2017 - 02:33 AM.
Posted Nov 23 2017 - 04:06 AM
My HD 7970 will still not be supported...
I found this:
"It just means that modern AMD GPUs and their features will work out of the box on future distro versions shipping Linux 4.15 or higher. No configuration required; batteries included.
It's a big reason why we are gently pushing for more AMD GPUs (or Intel IGP) in our fleet of Debian desktops. They are simply much easier to maintain."
Here you find the supported hardware:
Edited by Cookie, Nov 23 2017 - 04:10 AM.
Posted Nov 23 2017 - 07:04 AM
Manjaro even with the newest (4.14) kernel still supports the AMD prorietary driver with Catalyst Control Center!
Works with GPL like a charm on my old Phenom II x2 @ x4 3500MHz and HD 6870 GPU 2GB VRAM
Posted Apr 17 2018 - 07:56 AM
I'm now using Linux Mint 18 with a AMD Ryzen 1200 cpu and EVGA GTX 750ti. I installed the oldest drivers I could find that I thought would support the GTX 750ti. I couldn't get rid of the stutters from join/disco messages using a GTX 1050ti. I suspect something has been dropped from the gpu drivers over the years. I never had the stutter problems using a nvidia 9500GT.
It appears to be running well. I'm using 16X anti-aliasing and maximum settings in GPL. During a recent online test at Silverstone in the 69Xs, I saw a steady 60fps the entire time. Spa67 at 60fps may require me to turn off a few things like clouds and crowds in the mirrors.
Posted Jun 10 2018 - 09:05 PM
Did somebody test realtime kernels in GPL? Do you think they could improve the FPS?
Posted Jun 12 2018 - 01:29 AM
Never tried, but I don't think that could improve FPS, it could only became more precise
Generally speaking RT versions of SO, there's even RTOS version of Windows 10, normally have the only meaning to have timed events that respect what they declare, e.g. if I need 500 ms. clocked interval for sampling it have to occour exactly every 500 ms.
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Posted Jun 12 2018 - 05:26 AM
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