I have read already some threads about issues when updating the system with yay.
However, after the update I was able to reboot. Unfortunately the only things which are not working are my steam games (I do have no others /standalone games installed).
The issue is that it seems that my steam games are not able to find the GPU.
1st issue: Dying light which was running native very fine is not able to be shown. The game starts but when the menu should be loaded a quarter screen is flickering, 3-quarter are black.
2nd issue: Kingdom come deliverance (via Proton) fails to start and throws error: “Unsupported graphics card detected”. By searching for the issue (there isnt much found) I saw the same KCD error on steamcommunity
the mentioned KCD.log shows not much only that no supported GPU was found.
I have done now a rollback with timeshift and didnt update yet, however this is only a temporal solution and I kindly ask more sophisticated persons to maybe provide an answer whats going on with this driver update.
PS: I already thought that python upgrade was the guilty as mentioned here!, but unfortunately optimus-manager rebuild did nothing for help.
no thats no option for me.
1st I love EOS for giving me this learning curve.
2nd I read already so much about downsides when it comes to Manjaro that I either switch back to Pop and demolish it until I have my light i3wm setup ready or I keep diving into arch.
but I have you tried nouveau?
yes I did it as a fast measure. However I booted into black screen and rolled-back with timeshift again.
I never tried the open source driver. is it better for playing?
Since I came from pop and proprietary drivers were working there I thought to keep it with them.
I was under the misconception that KCD was available for both Windows and Linux (native); sorry about that. As far as Proton is concerned, the latest 6.3 version should be able to handle this game and its DirectX requirements. I just got done installing Diablo 2: Resurrected via Steam - actually installed Battle.net, then installed D2R from there - and it runs great.
yes. tried manjaro and it was a hell of a ride (pun intendet)
it was real buggy for me, havent looked into it in detail since my first experience was a mess.
I am quite happy with Endeavour os and especially my learning curve with it.
I am really curious about how to fix my issues with arch since they should be able to be fixed.
worst case I have to roll back my system. so that is not a downside to EOS or arch