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How to get DXVK working

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How to get DXVK working


Post by TheLamerLinux » Wed Jan 09, 2019 1:27 pm


There is a program I'm wanting to install on my MX called Origins and going to use Lutris to install it. When I got done installing it, it asked to install DXVK and it had a link. I click on the link and there is no Debian way to install it.

I got a Lenovo Thinkpad T430. I used the Nvidia installer and install it from the Debian backports. This laptop has a Nvidia and Intel GPUs

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Re: How to get DXVK working


Post by Stevo » Wed Jan 09, 2019 5:01 pm

What about this guide? https://linuxconfig.org/improve-your-wi ... -with-dxvk

Since you have an Optimus system, have you tested running a Wine program with "optirun" to use your Nvidia GPU with Bumblebee? I use Space Engine for testing, since it's free, and won't run at all on the Intel GPU.

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