On 5/18/20 7:27 AM, Ty Young wrote:
The application was an Nvidia GPU overclocking utility written in
When Fedora decided to disable running X. Org as root, it resulted in
the application no longer being able to adjust GPU/Memory clocks, among
possible other things. The software worked perfectly fine on the latest
versions of Ubuntu and Arch(and still does), but not Fedora simply
because of this.
I figured it had to be something to do with NVidia because that's the
only thing that would break due to that change. If you insist on using
proprietary software (NVidia driver), then you take the risk of having
problems like this. If NVidia would do the right thing and open their
driver, then this could work.