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A port of Realtek's out of tree driver for the R8125 2.5G Ethernet chip to use dkms and be packaged with rpm. Eventually, probably Linux 5.9, the in tree kernel driver will support this card.
  • Fedora 32 : x86_64
  • Fedora 33 : x86_64


nginx with rtmp module built for fedora
  • Fedora 31 : x86_64
  • Fedora 32 : x86_64


blender with ffmpeg enabled.
  • Fedora 32 : x86_64


This copr repo is mesa-git with the following additional patches: -Vulkan device selection layer (for multiple non-nvidia igpu+dgpu combos such as laptops): -ACO enabled by default: This repo may also occasionally contain additional pending PR patches if necessary for game specific or ACO specific fixes. This repo checks every hour for updates to mesa-git and submits new builds if changes are found. ACO: LTO: Vulkan device selection layer: WHY DEVICE SELECT OPTION? Device Select is only necessary for multi-gpu setups, such as amd apu + amd gpu and games that use Vulkan natively, both in WINE and native linux. Some games force the igpu to be used, so a way to tell it to use the dgpu for vulkan is needed, this is why this patch exists. This is the vulkan equivalent of DRI_PRIME=1. Some examples of native vulkan games that benefit from this: DOOM 2016 Strange brigade Wolfenstein II Rise of the Tomb Raider Shadow of the Tomb Raider Examples of use case: If you have a ryzen laptop with vega integrated graphics, and also has a dedicated GPU like an RX560X or RX 5500M If you have a ryzen 2200G/2400G desktop with vega integrated graphics and also have a dedicated GPU such as an RX 560/570/580 In both of the above cases, some native Vulkan games, DOOM for example, will force usage on the vega igpu instead of the dedicated GPU. This is where this layer comes in.
  • Fedora 32 : i386, x86_64


Latest upstream release kernel (usually pulled from Rawhide), with the following patches/fixes. This Kernel is aimed at gaming performace, and uses the same main patches as TKG's: Fsync: Additional Fixes: OpenRGB patch added IMPORTANT NOTE: Fedora updates their kernel frequently. It is likely that you do not want Fedora to overwrite your fsync kernel. To prevent fedora from overwriting the fsync kernel with the normal kernel updates, open /etc/yum.repos.d/fedora-updates.repo and add: exclude=kernel* to the bottom of the [updates] section.
  • Fedora 32 : x86_64