I was looking at my gui pacman program and saw a few vulkan things already installed. But I was following this page to install: https://linuxconfig.org/install-and-test-vulkan-on-linux
Now that I've rebooted for my own troubleshooting, I realise that the Manjaro option was never listed in my google. So, let me explain what I did first, then I will continue.
I get this:
~$ vulkaninfo bash: vulkaninfo: command not found
Before this, I ran:
pacman -S vulkan-radeon lib32-vulkan-radeon pacman -S nvidia lib32-nvidia-utils
(I recently replaced my Nvidia with a Radeon, but I may want to put it back in so I ran its install as well. I currently only have the Radeon installed.)
This is what I've got:
~$ pacman -Qs vulkan local/lib32-nvidia-440xx-utils 440.31-1 NVIDIA drivers utilities (32-bit) local/lib32-vulkan-intel 19.2.6-0.1 Intel's Vulkan mesa driver (32-bit) local/lib32-vulkan-radeon 19.2.6-0.1 Radeon's Vulkan mesa driver (32-bit) local/nvidia-440xx-utils 440.31-1 NVIDIA drivers utilities local/vulkan-icd-loader 1.1.127-1 Vulkan Installable Client Driver (ICD) Loader local/vulkan-intel 19.2.6-0.1 Intel's Vulkan mesa driver local/vulkan-radeon 19.2.6-0.1 Radeon's Vulkan mesa driver
This is where I rebooted and started to post this.
After looking at the Arch wiki option, I installed the lib32-vulkan-icd-loader.
I get this (which was the same before I ran the 32-bit version):
~$ ls /usr/share/vulkan/icd.d/ intel_icd.i686.json radeon_icd.i686.json intel_icd.x86_64.json radeon_icd.x86_64.json
I'm not really sure how to verify vulkan is properly installed and working if I can't use vulkaninfo. Additionally, I have no intel options installed, as I have an AMD mboard.
I'm trying to get things to run on Lutris, and somehow I had Diablo III up and running and started playing a bit, but didn't play much because I wanted to wait for the new season. Then I reinstalled about a month or so ago (due to issues with an upgrade patch). I can now "run" D3, but the game hangs about 5-10 seconds into an actual game. So this is what is making me think vulkan is the culprit... I'm half tempted to copy my ~/ to another drive and start over again.