Hey guys !
I am using Garuda--Linux now for a while. I am some Distro-hopper and have experience with Distros Mint, Manjaro, Fedora and Debian.
I installed Garuda in a virtual mashine and fast i found out that i have to install it on my real hardware as my daily driver.
First of all i find this great that there is such large amount of Kernels to choose.
What i miss a bit is a discription of the Kernel. I mean something are selfexplaining as sample "linux-tkg-muqss-barcelona " clearly barcelona is some AMD-CPU and this Kernel is optimized for Barcelona architekture.
Can someone recomand me a Kernel optimized for my AMD Ryzen 5 3400G (Zen+ architekture) and my other device is runing a Ryzen 4650 G (Zen2-architekture).
It would be some bonus when there was a dircription to all Kernels to choose special what is "tgk-pds " or " tkg-bmq" or tkg-muqss".
thank you in advance to this great team here !
Hey guys !
Go into Add/Remove Software (pacmac) and you'll see, if you search under kernels, what you seek -
Search for zen 2 and guess what you find?
yeah but what is "tgk-pds " or " tkg-bmq" or tkg-muqss" this is what i would love to know !!! And in pamac i have also no good discription what this is or what it does. This was a nice feature when it could be easy to find in some documentation or so because i googled it and i found also almost nothing.
But in general having so many special kernels is some great oportunity.
I do understand, but you're going to have to frequent the mighty Arch wiki, rather often.
In general, the wiki and the AUR should provide enough for you, but it is down to you to track stuff down. You'll find quite a few packages from the GIT too, documention is usually on the authors git page/lab.
It is there, but you do have to know where to find stuff, is all. Give it time.
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