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  • #31
    Originally posted by clapbr View Post

    the cuckoldry was real on this one, what the fuck was this post
    A truth that nvidia haters cannot handle.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by MrCooper View Post

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      If that was true, it would affect other drivers as well.

      It's because nvidia doesn't implement the established synchronization mechanism for buffers shared between processes via dma-buf.
      wayland seems to have a long way to go before its remotely ready for daily use.

      I tried it again yesterday on these new drivers.
      Still no mechanism to calibrate color, still cant do more than 60fps, doubling if not tripling the latency of many applications and games.

      I see it edging ever closer, but if it cant even get display101 like doing color or fps right, Ill take any blame being thrown at nvidia from that camp with a very big pinch of salt.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by mSparks View Post

        wayland seems to have a long way to go before its remotely ready for daily use.

        I tried it again yesterday on these new drivers.
        Still no mechanism to calibrate color, still cant do more than 60fps, doubling if not tripling the latency of many applications and games.

        I see it edging ever closer, but if it cant even get display101 like doing color or fps right, Ill take any blame being thrown at nvidia from that camp with a very big pinch of salt.
        Fwiw, I just lost night light on Plasma (X). But at least I don't need ibt=off anymore.

        Edit: It seems I didn't actually lose night light, but the effect is more subdued now, for some reason.
        Last edited by bug77; 25 March 2023, 12:58 PM.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by mSparks View Post
          nvidia seems to have a long way to go before its remotely ready for daily use.
          Fixed that for you

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          • #35
            Originally posted by clapbr View Post

            How? It's literally available to everyone.
            Can you grandma compile the kernel or Mesa from GIT or even use console? No? Then what are you talking about?

            Quantum physics is also "available for everyone". Fewer than 0.01% of people in the world actually have a grasp of it.

            It never ceases to astonish me how programmers treat the rest of the world.

            BTW, do you have a grasp on quantum physics? No? Then you simply lied.

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            • #36
              Originally posted by X View Post

              the cuckoldry was real on this one, what the fuck was this post
              tildearrow

              Amazing how you basically insult me over my neutral and polite posts, yet you let posts like this remain.

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              • #37
                Originally posted by RejectModernity View Post

                Fixed that for you
                Nah, my main machine had been a linuxbox (centos and lately fedora) with nvidia gpu for more than a decade now. Intel and macOS comes close, but Macs biggest flaw is they dont have good/any nvidia support.

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by mSparks View Post

                  wayland seems to have a long way to go before its remotely ready for daily use.

                  I tried it again yesterday on these new drivers.
                  Still no mechanism to calibrate color, [...]
                  The major Wayland compositors do support that, the nvidia driver still lacks the required KMS API functionality.

                  still cant do more than 60fps, [...]
                  My gaming rig with AMD GPU & Samsung Odyssey Neo G9 runs at 240 fps with GNOME Wayland. This issue may be because the nvidia driver does not provide meaningful timestamps via the KMS API yet, so Wayland compositors have to fall back to frame timing heuristics.

                  Ill take any blame being thrown at nvidia from that camp with a very big pinch of salt.
                  The issues you're hitting are most certainly nvidia driver issues, not Wayland ones.

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by MrCooper View Post

                    The major Wayland compositors do support that, the nvidia driver still lacks the required KMS API functionality.



                    My gaming rig with AMD GPU & Samsung Odyssey Neo G9 runs at 240 fps with GNOME Wayland. This issue may be because the nvidia driver does not provide meaningful timestamps via the KMS API yet, so Wayland compositors have to fall back to frame timing heuristics.



                    The issues you're hitting are most certainly nvidia driver issues, not Wayland ones.
                    well, one of the things that did get solved for wayland sometime in the last 6 or 12 months is obs streaming and screen recording. you should share your findings on YT rather than just stating them as fact, perhaps compete with a YT search of "wayland fps" returning top hit as

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by RejectModernity View Post

                      Fixed that for you
                      I'm not sure if you can imagine how that makes you look in the eyes of someone that's been booting Nvidia on Linux for longer than Wayland has existed.

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