well no difference
here just 3~4 fps
I wasn’t surprised it ran the same when I did it on Arch. I don’t have the screens from when I was on manjaro forums because they were PM’s. They were significantly slower than that.
Lastly, the latest updates that I just did cleared up any kernel issues there were. All three
linux-lts all work properly now. Maybe I will run it on all three kernels and see if there’s a difference. Would that interest you?
well there will only be slight difference.
but it will be interesting.
do you know how to run phoronix-test-suite
perhaps thats more interesting
Post the link I am actually working tomorrow so I will do the research today and run it Wednesday.
it is in aur
Deepin 20 packages have landed in the testing repos. There are some issues and it’s very alpha. Just a FYI
Playing now. There are alot of new features.
Ok so all of the initial issues have been cleaned up by the maintainers. There is one thing I found if we spin this into an iso and want the zen kernel I think we need to use
deepin-anything-dkms as opposed to
deepin-anything-arch. Other wise you will have sytemd journal errors. I tested this on the zen kernel and linux. Linux doesn't have the error.
And what about deepin-kwin instead of deepin-wm ? They are already planning to go for kwin anyway! Then maybe i'll try deepin
Personally other than an issue with right clicking the desktop and changing wallpaper crashing the gui deepin-wm is fine on my system. I have been beating on it for 2 days now. Everything works. Cromium, steam, netflix (with widevine), etc. If we go kwin it makes really rounded corners on the deepin apps (not that I use alot of them) and you would then have to install systemsettings for visual adjustments which in and of itself is no big deal it is just some extra packages.
I start building ISO now with @librewish settings , if it not work, I built again
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Well, they are already moving from the Gala-elementary fork “deepin-wm”… as far as i know. And on some forums, some people suggested to try deepin-kwin specially for the latest update. It seemed more suited and stable.
Anyway, let’s start building it and make it a “real” thing and a stable iso. That’s what matters.
Nice to meet you bu the way
Somebody need “A lightweight secured socks5 proxy for embedded devices and low end boxes”
Well i am not using deepin, but i am with having some useful tools specially it’s DE related… it’s “lightweight” anyway
here is the download link
deepin itself is experimental so somethings may not work and it may have many glitches.
so bear with it.
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