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Ryzen laptop linux

Currently, we can hardly find any update about the Manjaro Spitfire laptop.

ryzen laptop linux

It looks like the project has already been closed. Could it stand out against other Linux laptops? Weeks ago, Manjaro Linux released a small clip of them playing a game on their new Ryzen-powered Linux laptop.

In that Twitter post, they hinted for the first time about their new Gaming laptop. Soon there will be a newhoryzen of LinuxGaming by ManjaroLinux pic. Soon there will be a newhoryzen … pic. If you look at the market for Linux laptops, the competition is still very less. Here, not only the competition but the influence and popularity of Manjaro and Ryzen also matters.

Manjaro Linux is often listed among the best Linux distros for gaming. AMD Ryzen 7 x is also arguably better than the much more expensive Intel Core processors for video game streamers. AMD is also hiring a dedicated developer to accelerate the graphics driver support for Linux Kernel. Hopefully, we can expect a new Ryzen Laptop with Manjaro Linux in the upcoming months.

But we still have to wait for the date of release, specifications, and price, which is yet to be revealed. What do you think about this collaboration and its future? Please comment and share your views. For all the latest news and narcissist true colors about the Linux and Open source, Keep following the Fossbytes. Sign in. Forgot your password? Get help. Password recovery. How To Upgrade Ubuntu Microsoft Corp.

All Rights Reserved.I have the sad duty of reporting that the results were mediocre at best. I already knew from my earlier experience with the Dragonfly G1 that using proprietary drivers and tainted kernels meant Secure Boot shenanigans. The Zephyrus G1 offers the ability to enroll a new key—but unlike the Dragonfly, it also allows you to disable Secure Boot entirely. This is just a test laptop, and there are only so many hours in the day, so I disabled Secure Boot rather than monkeying around with MOK keys.

The screen cleared, and hey—an Ubuntu progress splashed underneath the Republic of Gamers logo! Five minutes of fans in leafblower mode later, the animation splash stopped moving entirely. Unfortunately, on first boot, I got a blank, black screen.

While poking around the system, the problem reached out and smacked me in the face: nouveau, the open source Nvidia driver, began dumping kernel errors to console faster than they could be printed.

Now I knew what the issue was—but the console spam prevented me from accomplishing anything, so I rebooted again. With nouveau blacklisted, I rebooted again—and this time, I got a graphical desktop. Unfortunately, while the desktop worked, the touchpad did not. That bulk you see looming off to the right of these pictures is my open-air rig, with the Threadripper x on it… and it has a wireless mouse, so I stole it. Problem solved! With a working mouse, the next step was opening up the Additional Drivers applet and installing the proprietary Nvidia drivers.

I ignored its complaints about the Wi-Fi and rebooted.

Linux on Laptops: ASUS Zephyrus G14 with Ryzen 9 4900HS

After rebooting, the first thing I noticed was that the touchpad mysteriously started working. The Mouse applet showed the touchpad as enabled and had all options available—tap to click, two finger scroll, edge scroll, and so forth. I gave the Threadripper its mouse back and opened up Additional Drivers once again. It was still complaining about the perfectly functional Wi-Fi not working; but it also confirmed that the proprietary Nvidia drivers were loaded and functional.

The touchpad never did work again, across several more hours and several reboots of testing. On the other hand, maybe extra-spinny fans meant we were really running on the RTX !

The only way I could be truly certain was to fire up a GPU benchmark. Luckily, Superposition—the same benchmark I used on this laptop under Windows—supports Linux as well. With Superposition down for the count, I downloaded a free-to-play game instead. I enjoy pain, so I tried starting a match anyway—and it rendered in seconds per frame, not the other way around. No dice there either. But who knows, I could get surprised, right? After the last kid was in bed, I went back downstairs to check—percent battery capacity, remaining.

It looks like the Zephyrus G14 is a bust under Linux, at least for now. Get used to fan noise. A lot of fan noise. While the fans mostly only kicked into high gear for gaming under Windows, under Linux they just get feisty for no apparent reason. The only bright spot in this dark and dismal painting is the Ryzen 9 HS itself.

The CPU is just that beefy.

Manjaro Linux To Launch New AMD Ryzen-Powered Linux Gaming Laptop

Full disclosure—this was my first attempt to wrestle a dual-GPU laptop into submission, so I may have missed some tricks.Since brand-new hardware generally calls for brand-new distro versions, I grabbed a fresh copy of the Ubuntu Focal Fossa beta and gave it a whirl. I have the sad duty of reporting that the results were mediocre at best.

Oh look! An Ubuntu animation splash under the ROG logo! This is going great! Trying the installer again, this time in Safe Graphics mode, produced much better results.

It took a couple tries, but on the Zephyrus G14, the correct answer is Esc. I already knew from my earlier experience with the Dragonfly G1 that using proprietary drivers and tainted kernels meant Secure Boot shenanigans. The Zephyrus G1 offers the ability to enroll a new key—but unlike the Dragonfly, it also allows you to disable Secure Boot entirely. This is just a test laptop, and there are only so many hours in the day, so I disabled Secure Boot rather than monkeying around with MOK keys.

The screen cleared, and hey—an Ubuntu progress splashed underneath the Republic of Gamers logo! Five minutes of fans in leafblower mode later, the animation splash stopped moving entirely.

Unfortunately, on first boot, I got a blank, black screen. While poking around the system, the problem reached out and smacked me in the face: nouveau, the open source Nvidia driver, began dumping kernel errors to console faster than they could be printed.

Now I knew what the issue was—but the console spam prevented me from accomplishing anything, so I rebooted again. With nouveau blacklisted, I rebooted again—and this time, I got a graphical desktop. Wait, what?! After installing the Nvidia drivers, the touchpad worked… once.

Unfortunately, while the desktop worked, the touchpad did not.

Get Ready For The Manjaro Linux Laptop Explosion (Including AMD Ryzen Models)

That bulk you see looming off to the right of these pictures is my open-air rig, with the Threadripper x on it… and it has a wireless mouse, so I stole it. Problem solved! With a working mouse, the next step was opening up the Additional Drivers applet and installing the proprietary Nvidia drivers. I ignored its complaints about the Wi-Fi and rebooted.

After rebooting, the first thing I noticed was that the touchpad mysteriously started working. The Mouse applet showed the touchpad as enabled and had all options available—tap to click, two finger scroll, edge scroll, and so forth.

I gave the Threadripper its mouse back and opened up Additional Drivers once again. It was still complaining about the perfectly functional Wi-Fi not working; but it also confirmed that the proprietary Nvidia drivers were loaded and functional.

The touchpad never did work again, across several more hours and several reboots of testing. On the other hand, maybe extra-spinny fans meant we were really running on the RTX ! The only way I could be truly certain was to fire up a GPU benchmark. Luckily, Superposition—the same benchmark I used on this laptop under Windows—supports Linux as well.

With Superposition down for the count, I downloaded a free-to-play game instead. I enjoy pain, so I tried starting a match anyway—and it rendered in seconds per frame, not the other way around.Because of this, many of these chips are held back by manufacturers power and thermal limits.

Tweaks can be saved as custom presets which can be enabled whenever you need extra power - or disabled when you want to keep things cool. Ryzen Controller wouldn't be possible without the many talented individuals who have contributed to it. Special thanks to Flygoat and his amazing work on RyzenAdjwithout which Ryzen Controller couldn't exist. If you're interested in helping the development of Ryzen Controller, consider joining the Discord servercontributing on GitLabor donating to the Patreon.

Any help is appreciated! Although there are many different settings you can adjust in Ryzen Controller, the majority of users will only need to tweak a few of them to improve performance.

Most involve changing your laptop's STAPM settings, but there are a few other useful parameters you should also experiment with. It allows devices to boost to a higher power state for a short period of time before being throttled down to keep things cool to the touch.

Your device's STAPM configuration is set by the manufacturer and differs depending on the processor used and the form factor of the device.

Download About Installation Configuration Take control of your laptop. Installation Windows Download the installer Run the installer That's it! Ryzen Controller is now installed. Configuration Although there are many different settings you can adjust in Ryzen Controller, the majority of users will only need to tweak a few of them to improve performance.So as a fresh high school graduate going to college for a computer science program very soon, I like many others thought that now would be a very good time to purchase a laptop.

Since I want to run Linux and also run a windows vm in case the school needs me to run any windows only programs, I would need something with at least 2 cores. Fortunately both Intel and AMD have quad cores available in many laptops. Since I am running linux, I need something with decent integrated graphics as switchable graphics is not supported well under linux which means a laptop with a ryzen apu would be best.

ryzen laptop linux

I bought the laptop with only the top APU and p IPS display and cheaped out on everything else since I could save a few hundreds of dollars by upgrading the other parts myself and more with a coupon.

TL;DR This is an amazing laptop. Much better than my old one. WiFi and BT just works. Also make sure you use dual channel RAM. An awesome deal! The build quality of this laptop is very good. The IPS display is totally worth the small extra cost though free-sync would be highly desired. It is clear and have very good viewing angles. The laptop is made with aluminum for the screen and plastic everywhere else. There is little flex on the keyboard and the buttons feel nice to type on.

There are a few things that I dislike about the E Luckily the charger is small enough though to carry around.

ryzen laptop linux

Another problem is that the area where your right palm rests on can get hot. Opening up the laptop is not very difficult. There are 9 small phillips head screws that are non-detachable from the plastic back so just loosen them and start to pry open the tabs holding the cover.Forums New posts Search forums. What's new New posts New profile posts Latest activity. Members Current visitors New profile posts Search profile posts.

Membership Upgrade. Download Linux. Log in Register. Search titles only. Search Advanced search…. New posts. Search forums. Log in. Rob's side project: I recently started Gun-Forums. Gun Forums. JavaScript is disabled. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. Thread starter Saramsh Troublesome Start date Feb 10, Saramsh Troublesome New Member. I was able to use ubuntu when i formatted my hard drive but after installing Windows 10 and trying to dual boot Linux mint or Ubuntu i wasn't able to install it.

After i press Install now or try ubuntu before installation or check the cd for error. I get some text's flash and black screen. I waited for min but it didn't show any response. I am able to use linux in Virtual Box but its a lot laggy and the experience is not good. When i was able to use ubuntu in the past my wifi and touchpad was not working.

My current laptop is Lenovo idealpad 15ARR. My laptop specs are -Amd Ryzen U 2. I tried using virtualization on and off fast boot on and off nothing worked for me.

ryzen laptop linux

Help me Bayou Bengal Active Member. Hi Saramsh, and welcome to Linux.But it's the only Ryzen equipped laptop I have available—so it was obviously going to get Linux on it, whether it liked it or not. Since brand-new hardware generally calls for brand-new distro versions, I grabbed a fresh copy of the Ubuntu Focal Fossa beta and gave it a whirl.

I have the sad duty of reporting that the results were mediocre at best. The first step in installation on a new laptop is everybody's favorite game: which key do I press to get to BIOS? It took a couple tries, but on the Zephyrus G14, the correct answer is Esc.

I already knew from my earlier experience with the Dragonfly G1 that using proprietary drivers and tainted kernels meant Secure Boot shenanigans. The Zephyrus G1 offers the ability to enroll a new key—but unlike the Dragonfly, it also allows you to disable Secure Boot entirely. This is just a test laptop, and there are only so many hours in the day, so I disabled Secure Boot rather than monkeying around with MOK keys.

With that done, and the USB drive selected as boot device, things looked good—I chose "Install Ubuntu" from the initial text mode menu. The screen cleared, and hey—an Ubuntu progress splashed underneath the Republic of Gamers logo! We're on our way! Five minutes of fans in leafblower mode later, the animation splash stopped moving entirely. On the second try, I chose "Install Ubuntu safe graphics mode.

Unfortunately, on first boot, I got a blank, black screen. While poking around the system, the problem reached out and smacked me in the face: nouveau, the open source Nvidia driver, began dumping kernel errors to console faster than they could be printed. Now I knew what the issue was—but the console spam prevented me from accomplishing anything, so I rebooted again.

With nouveau blacklisted, I rebooted again—and this time, I got a graphical desktop. Unfortunately, while the desktop worked, the touchpad did not. That bulk you see looming off to the right of these pictures is my open-air rig, with the Threadripper x on it Problem solved! With a working mouse, the next step was opening up the Additional Drivers applet and installing the proprietary Nvidia drivers. Oddly, the Additional Drivers applet informed me that the Intel AX Wi-Fi 6 device wasn't working—despite the fact that I was already connected to and busily moving data across a Wi-Fi network.

I ignored its complaints about the Wi-Fi and rebooted. After rebooting, the first thing I noticed was that the touchpad mysteriously started working. The Mouse applet showed the touchpad as enabled and had all options available—tap to click, two finger scroll, edge scroll, and so forth.


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Medal Posted on 10:12 pm - Oct 2, 2012

wahrscheinlich ja