This update enables support of performance mode on the following spec:
Here is the resulting
powerprofilesctl performance: Driver: amd_pstate Degraded: no * balanced: Driver: amd_pstate power-saver: Driver: amd_pstate
Overall, the package works as intended for AMD hardware. Thank you for the quick release.
How do you install ROCm? I used this https://copr.fedorainfracloud.org/coprs/cosmicfusion/ROCm-GFX8P/ to enable HIP. That repository just needs update but I lacked time. Package is on the way this weekend.
This version works as intended and also fixes this bug related to resume on Dell Inspiron 2-in-1: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=2123576 It also passes the test case kernel regression.
Same experience like previous comment. It turned out the recent splited mesa-vaapi-drivers is not installed on update running on affected AMD system and Nvidia hardware running on nouveau driver.
Alright. Please test this scratch build which should revert the changes from affected desktops https://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/taskinfo?taskID=92448313 . Only GNOME and KDE should handle webp for the time being.
@adamwill, reading the comments, it seems the WEBP issues only affected XFCE and LightDM unlike both GNOME, MATE, Cinnamon and KDE. Wearing upstream hat, the better alternative is to make png version for them.
@sybsentient, updates-testing serves a purpose find potential problem and provide useful feedback before the stable release. Design team chose WEBP to save space following upstream GNOME. We will revert the change for the affected desktop environments.