Soo, i’ve tried and tried, hours and days, to no avail. Here is to hope
I am Fedora 38, full upgraded, Amd cpu, amd vega mobile gpu (lenovo yoga laptop).
I recently got Davinci resolve working on intel/nvidia, and got hopeful. Maybe too hopeful, and installed 18.6 on the yoga.
I have scoured the net, and heard many things about amdpro, rocm, vulkan even freeworlds, most of which i sadly don’t understand. No combination of the many things i tried got resolve to work.
It starts, started right from clean slate. But doesn’t render videos (same video as works on intel/nvidia, DNxHD codec). The most pertinent error i see in resolve logs is that it tries and fails to get an opencl context.
I’m not sure what else info is needed, as i have no idea what is broken/not working. But i have a bunch of mesa installed
mesa-libGL.i686 23.1.8-1.fc38 @updates
mesa-libGL.x86_64 23.1.8-1.fc38 @updates
mesa-libGLU.x86_64 9.0.3-1.fc38 @updates
mesa-libOpenCL.x86_64 23.1.8-1.fc38 @updates
mesa-libgbm.i686 23.1.8-1.fc38 @updates
mesa-libgbm.x86_64 23.1.8-1.fc38 @updates
mesa-libglapi.i686 23.1.8-1.fc38 @updates
also amd-gpu-firmware.noarch 20230919-1.fc38
and xorg-x11-drv-amdgpu.x86_64 23.0.0-1.fc38 @fedora
I had tried rocm* at some point but since it didn’t work, i removed them.
Also tried and failed on all amd pro attempts.
Also no difference with wayland/x11
Help apreciated, though i am a little resigned after this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ltGNxWvZZuM