November 26, 2022, 9:50pm
I’ve struggled getting Wayland to work for the better part of a year.
It finally occurred to me to remove one of my two GeForce 10 cards.
And then Wayland worked fine.
However, it won’t work with a second card in the machine, whether or not they’re connected with an SLI.
Is this a known problem? I don’t see it mentioned anywhere.
I have an MSI X399 MB and Ryzen Threadripper, if that helps.
Not an expert on this, but I wonder if the Nvidia driver can’t see any use for two GPUs other than SLI/using both at once, which is included on Nvidia’s list of Wayland issues / feature gaps from earlier this year? Like it can’t just “pick one”?
There are several areas in which the R515 NVIDIA driver lacks feature parity between X11 and Wayland. These may be due to limitations of the driver itself, the Wayland protocol, or the specific Wayland compositor in use. Over time this list is...
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