New warnings when building the fallback initcpio - Possibly missing firmware for module: bfa, qed, qla1280, qla2xxx
That’s due to the recent changes to the linux-firmware package. Note these are warnings, not errors. You only need those firmwares if you have Mellanox Spectrum switches, Marvell devices, Qualcomm SoCs, Cavium LiquidIO server adapters, QLogic devices and Broadcom NetXtreme II 10Gb ethernet adapters. if you have that hardware you can install linux-firmware-qlogic to get rid of those warnings. If you do not have that hardware you can safely ignore those warnings.
pamac install linux-firmware-qlogic
Python packages from PIP and AUR - how to upgrade them - detailed instructions
SPI driver ili9163 has no spi_device_id for newhaven,1.8-128160EF
test kernel 5.17.0 + Nvidia 54.60 +Xfce + youtube(1080p avc1) + Steam( protondb 7 + opengl ) is ok
also for cpu AMD zen2 and more and kernel 5.17
you can activate in UEFI settings cppc on ( auto or enabled )
you should add these option on boot kernel: "amd_pstate.enable=1"
if in log you get this message , “amd_pstate: This processor supports shared memory solution, you can enable it with amd_pstate.shared_mem=1”*
then you need to add “amd_pstate.shared_mem=1” in your boot kernel
result from my give this report ( minimum is lower 550Mhz )
The 2 “known issues” involving networkmanager 1.36 might have been resolved.
The one about PPPoE was reported solved very soon after it first appeared (in networkmanager 1.36.2), but I don’t know about VPN via L2TP.
Meaning your GRUB files, under GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT?
Also, it seems my system has to blacklist acpi-cpufreq, or it loads first, and takes over.
Nevermind, I’m a big dumb-dumb. I didn’t generated new kernel images or update GRUB after adding the options
@stephane I noticed you and I have the same CPU.
I did some searching, and apparently Pstate-P0, Pstate-P1, and Pstate-P2 are not supposed to exist when amd-pstate is in use. It’s supposed to report AMD PSTATE Highest Performance, AMD PSTATE Nominal Performance, AMD PSTATE Lowest Performance and such.
I wonder if 5600X isn’t fully supported yet, or if we’re missing something
After some search, I finally found the solution.
This problem is related to GNOME 42 Dark Style Preference, which has a system-wide switch for dark mode. GNOME users can use settings, but I use xfce and it took me some time to find the way to set it on other DEs.
The solution is to install color-scheme-simulator, which has a GUI and xdg-desktop-portal. I created an AUR package for easier installation. After install, just launch GUI application impatience and click “Dark” to switch to dark mode.
Forcing a specific theme with GTK_THEME also works.