Which kernel you are using right now? | Please, no pictures from terminal

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I keep hopping.

EDIT: Just installed cachyos-bore for faster startup!

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I use linux-lqx. Works well, runs fast :slight_smile:
I don’t really see a huge difference between kernels, to be honest. I just use the one that works, whether that’s lqx, Zen, or LTS even. :joy:

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Cachyos-bore is hands down the best imo

I was going to post a picture of the terminal :smiley: buuuut…

Linux-cachyos using sched-ext with scx_rustland.

❯ uname -r
6.8.9-cachyos
❯ systemctl status scx
● scx.service - scheduler daemon
     Loaded: loaded (/etc/systemd/system/scx.service; enabled; preset: enabled)
     Active: active (running) since Wed 2024-05-08 20:06:12 CEST; 16h ago
   Main PID: 1951 (scx_rustland)
         IP: 0B in, 0B out
         IO: 4.1M read, 0B written
      Tasks: 2 (limit: 18347)
     Memory: 78.6M (peak: 87.9M)
        CPU: 25min 28.775s
     CGroup: /system.slice/scx.service
             └─1951 /nix/store/cfim7i7061gb8xqwa4irlbvsllaic90y-scx-unstable-20240429-b1bb2a5c5/bin/scx_rustl>

Mai 09 12:47:55 dragons-ryzen scx_rustland[1951]: 10:47:55 [INFO]   core  3 cpu  6 pid=0
Mai 09 12:47:55 dragons-ryzen scx_rustland[1951]: 10:47:55 [INFO]   core  3 cpu  7 pid=0
Mai 09 12:47:55 dragons-ryzen scx_rustland[1951]: 10:47:55 [INFO]   core  4 cpu  8 pid=1345
Mai 09 12:47:55 dragons-ryzen scx_rustland[1951]: 10:47:55 [INFO]   core  4 cpu  9 pid=0
Mai 09 12:47:55 dragons-ryzen scx_rustland[1951]: 10:47:55 [INFO]   core  5 cpu 10 pid=0
Mai 09 12:47:55 dragons-ryzen scx_rustland[1951]: 10:47:55 [INFO]   core  5 cpu 11 pid=0
Mai 09 12:47:55 dragons-ryzen scx_rustland[1951]: 10:47:55 [INFO]   core  6 cpu 12 pid=0
Mai 09 12:47:55 dragons-ryzen scx_rustland[1951]: 10:47:55 [INFO]   core  6 cpu 13 pid=0
Mai 09 12:47:55 dragons-ryzen scx_rustland[1951]: 10:47:55 [INFO]   core  7 cpu 14 pid=0
Mai 09 12:47:55 dragons-ryzen scx_rustland[1951]: 10:47:55 [INFO]   core  7 cpu 15 pid=[self]
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I want a picture like the first post.

Kernel: 6.8.9-zen1-2-zen arch: x86_64 bits: 64 compiler: gcc v: 14.1.1
clocksource: tsc avail: hpet,acpi_pm
parameters: BOOT_IMAGE=/@/boot/vmlinuz-linux-zen
root=UUID=7b049ab1-cf8c-4eb1-809e-b21343f9b233 rw rootflags=subvol=@
quiet loglevel=3 ibt=off
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Right now, 6.8.9-zen1-1-zen
later, 6.8.8-AMD-znver3, IIRC

6.9.0-rc7-4-cachyos-rc

6.8.9-zen1-2-zen

6.8.9-zen1-2-zen

6.8.9-zen1-2-zen

ntoskrnl :eyes: :grin:

using 6.8.9-zen1-2-zen but for heavy gaming seems slow, any kernel which feels snappy and sharp on graphics?

On my Intel desktop : linux-clear-6.8.9-1
On AMD laptop: linux-xanmod-6.8.9-1
On 2009 MBP: linux-lts-6.1.71

Stay on-topic, open new help request.

Laptop: 6.1.0-18
Desktop: 6.8.9

Cachy Bore is very good for gaming. Try it

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6.8.9-zen1-1-zen

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wow, interesting

ok i will