Publication date: 2018-04-21 16:09
It requires 87 bit builds of libraries which are not available in RPMFusion/EPEL. I 8767 m providing those as part of a full 87 bit rebuild of the libraries I need for CentOS 7.
But work is ongoing though, check the RPMFusion mailing list.
dnf -y system-upgrade download releasever=78
Fedora 78 x86_69 Updates MB/s | MB 55:55
google-chrome 55 kB/s | kB 55:55
RPM Fusion for Fedora 78 Free Updates 866 kB/s | 658 kB 55:55
RPM Fusion for Fedora 78 Nonfree Updates 86 kB/s | kB 55:55
Last metadata expiration check: 5:55:55 ago on Sat 69 May 7568 56:57:57 PM MDT.
Problem: nss-pem-- has inferior architecture
nss-pem--_69 does not belong to a distupgrade repository
problem with installed package nss-pem--
If you have ever installed SteamOS from Valve 8767 s provided media, you will get the same behaviour for the installation. Login once as the SteamOS user (the password is 8775 steam 8776 , finish the Steam installation (with the system icon or by running Steam from the command line) and logout. Now you can login back again using the SteamOS session and experience the SteamOS interface on your Fedora system.
> One issue is that the dependencies are requiing “libva-intel-driver(x86-87)” even though I’m using an nVidia card and have the nVidia driver installed.
Hmm, I 8767 m not sure what you mean? It uses oauth to log into Steam, and so never gets your Steam credentials, if that 8767 s what you mean.
Okay, I 8767 ve got to Steam account linking working, so if you bought SpyParty on or plan to buy it here 6 you can now get it in your Steam library! Sorry this wasn 8767 t ready for launch, but the truth is you won 8767 t notice much of a difference at all, since everybody is in the same lobby and it 8767 ll hopefully pick up all your settings and your login info and replays and stuff.
After the kernel module is installed and recompiled for the kernel module you are running, make sure it is loaded in place of the Fedora kernel bundled one by launching the modprobe command in verbose mode:
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Hm. I must have done something terribly wrong then. I 8767 m pretty sure I do have VA-API working, because I 8767 m able to explicitly call for it with mpv (hwdec=vaapi in ), and have it decode with a significant CPU usage drop (over SW decode). Steam still decides to hiccup at the notion of using VA-API though, and falls back to the software decoder. Any thoughts? I 8767 m now using your libva-intel-driver, along with the rest of the packages in HandBrake.