Thanks to the Wiki maintainers for the great EnOS Wiki, very useful to learn various things. I have a new laptop using AMD integrated graphics (AMD Radeon Vega 8) and I was looking at the EnOS Wiki about information on drivers:
I find in somewhat confusing if I need a specific driver or if everything is build into the kernel, also the output form the lspci command does not match the architectures listed in the “AMD Architectures and working driver” table.
there is a typo with the url should be:
"If you find out that your card is ATI driver you do not need to install any driver ATI is already installed.
and the amd artikel is not fully complete, i will try to add more info soon.
It might be - mine was done on a pretty early EnOS install, and I had to do it myself. Unless I first did it on an Arch (I run a few different setups here - common data drive, but multiple OS’s and DE’s… I think it is 9 on that machine)
I don’t on the other (discrete GPU) machine either. This was on the integrated GPU on the Ryzen 5 2400G that I needed the tear-free set. XFCE 4.14 brought it to my attention - apparently because it set vblank to something it didn’t like! I could change the vblank setting (to either of the alternatives), or switch to amdgpu and set tear-free as described…