Garuda Linux "Imperial Eagle" (201205)

notifying user in the system itself will lead to less "uninformed" posts though :wink:
yes I said that as friendly as I could

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I just had to read that beginners do not read.
So either way such requests come up. :smiley:

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Yes, using LXQT will bring you more performance :slight_smile: but that always depend on your hardware setup

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What would you suggest for those (few?) of us running AMD Ryzen 4000 series CPUs? Get linux-amd instead?

PS: Trying that ends up in errors. It is complaining that modules intel-agp, i915, nouveau are missing.

I'd start a new thread for that.

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sudo pacman -S linux-tkg-bmq-$(gcc -c -Q -march=native --help=target | grep march |head -1|awk '{print $2}'){,-headers}

This returns

error: target not found: linux-tkg-bmq-znver1
error: target not found: linux-tkg-bmq-znver1-headers

What do I do in this case?

wait, so should intel-nvidia prime users reinstall their video drivers if they were to switch to the tkg kernel?

No need nvidia-dkms works with tkg kernels

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You'll want to use linux-tkg-bmq-zen.

(For znver2 use linux-tkg-bmq-zen2.)

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What will the next updates name be?

My guess Diamond eagle

Let us surprise you. :smiley:
OT over and out.

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I'm voting for Spread Eagle. :rofl: :crazy_face: :rofl: :crazy_face:

I vote for Surprise Eagle

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Open new thread for help, please, here is announcement.

Again:
Open new thread for help, please, here is announcement.