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  • AMD "Navy Flounder" Support Merged Into Mesa 20.2

    Phoronix: AMD "Navy Flounder" Support Merged Into Mesa 20.2

    "Navy Flounder" as the codename for another Navi 2 GPU following the "Sienna Cichlid" Linux driver work has made it into Mesa 20.2 for the RadeonSI Gallium3D driver...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...r-In-Mesa-20.2

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    Hmm, does this mean that eventually Mesa 20.2 will require LLVM 11 to compile?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by jojo7887 View Post
      Hmm, does this mean that eventually Mesa 20.2 will require LLVM 11 to compile?
      The question is what support do you enable in Mesa? ACO being used means no LLVM, so no if you use ACO. Although that probably won't be viable for using the card at launch. No RadeonSI? Nope, won't need it. RadeonSI? You'll need it for GFX[RDNA2] version, yes. It's in the makefile.

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      • #4
        Michael typo LLVM GCC 10.3, should be LLVM GFX 10.3

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        • #5
          Originally posted by jojo7887 View Post
          Hmm, does this mean that eventually Mesa 20.2 will require LLVM 11 to compile?
          It will still compile fine with the older LLVM, you just won't have support for the new card at runtime. If you have something older than Navi 2 it won't matter.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by abott View Post
            The question is what support do you enable in Mesa? ACO being used means no LLVM, so no if you use ACO. Although that probably won't be viable for using the card at launch. No RadeonSI? Nope, won't need it. RadeonSI? You'll need it for GFX[RDNA2] version, yes. It's in the makefile.
            Maybe a typo, but first you say "RadeonSI Nope won't need it" then just afterwards you say that RadeonSI will be needed.

            Anyways, it will be needed.

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