Hey all, I've been poking around Garuda about a month now and have been mostly lurking up until now. I'm on the KDE Dragonized varient, and I have to say that I'm loving it. There were a few expected snags, I've only ever used Ubuntu for a year before switching back to Windows for a few years.
Learning the quirks of Steam libraries and NTFS has been ...fun, and unfortunately I'm not ready to give up Windows yet entirely because Facebook/Quest2. Mumble grumble. I have seen others have some success with GPU pass-through in a Windows VM, but I'm not quite ready to tackle that project yet. I think a second video card was needed? Unsure.
Yesterday I spent nearly the whole day trying to fix TERA on Steam. It brought me full circle, there's barely anything I could find out there, so I experimented and broke proton 3 times. It was maddening! After uninstalling all of wine/proton/steam and clearing all files associated (Save my game library,) and reinstalling clean, I finally ended the day with everything working as before and TERA still being a butt. It will literally launch 1 of 50 times attempted. I'm not asking support for it here, just sharing my experience. I may at a future date with logs and such in another forum, something I'd really like to eventually learn is knowing what to look for and what to do with it.
Anyway, I'm winded. Glad to be here, hope you all are healthy in this crazy climate.