Fedora seems to have very good gaming performance and not only that gnome
shell seems more smooth on fedora than ubuntu , i don't know why.
Of course for the average linux user or newbies the lack of a tool to
install nvidia drivers is very bad, also amdgpu-pro is even worse with all
restrictions that you need to use a specific kernel version and the
hardware accelerated encoder being unavailable on applications that needs
it like obs-studio where nvidia has nvenc.
Στις Πέμ, 21 Μαρ 2019 στις 12:24 μ.μ., ο/η Benson Muite <
This is very interesting. Would this be something that could be done
a marketing activity? For example have a period where people using
Fedora and Steam reported the performance of the benchmarks on their
There are a number of magazine articles on the setup process:
Maybe could add a documentation page as well.
On 3/21/19 8:55 AM, Luya Tshimbalanga wrote:
> Here is the link:
> Highlighted quote:
> "Once everything is set up, Fedora 29 is a solid, stable and
> up-to-date distribution for gaming. The Fedora Project could improve the
> user experience by using more descriptive language and tool-tips during
> the on boarding process, and better guiding people through enabling
> 3rd-party repositories -- and why they should or should not do that."
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