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    Phoronix: Mesa 18.3-RC3 Released With RADV Fixes, Drops Zen L3 Thread Pinning

    Mesa release manager Emil Velikov has announced the latest weekly release candidate of the upcoming Mesa 18.3...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...3-RC3-Released

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    Finally had a chance to put together build scripts for 64-bit and 32-bit Mesa drivers if anyone's interested.

    It should work for all Linux distributions (Arch, Fedora, Debian/Ubuntu, etc) and supports Vulkan, Gallium Nine, and Wayland. It will compile with -O2 -march=native by default.


    64-bit build script: https://pastebin.com/DytTREJB

    32-bit build script: https://pastebin.com/8RRt8Fvh

    32-bit Ubuntu VM prep notes: https://pastebin.com/rTbUwk14


    I'd start with the 64-bit first to get your feet wet. It's safe to run on your host machine, but look at the script and don't take my word for it.

    The scripts don't use sudo and or install any packages, as it assumes the dependencies are already met. If you need help with finding dependencies, let me know. The 32-bit VM prep notes may help guide you for finding the 64-bit versions.


    Building the defaults, which is master branch (19.0-devel) and LLVM7:

    Code:
    bash ./build_mesa_64.bit.sh
    Building 18.3-rc3 and LLVM7:

    Code:
    MESA_BRANCH=18.3 LLVM_VER=7 bash ./build_mesa_64bit.sh
    Building 18.3-rc3 and LLVM8:

    Code:
    MESA_BRANCH=18.3 LLVM_VER=8 bash ./build_mesa_64bit.sh
    etc..

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