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STiAT 28 Mar
Did so. I just switched to Gnome this month to give it a fair shot. Now I can't wait for 42, missing real dark mode :-(.
Pengling 28 Mar
Mine's all good, as far as I can tell.

The laptop/handheld option for "Main gaming machine" is a little odd in my case since I use a GPD Win Max 2021, and it's technically both. However, I've set it as handheld because if you're using the in-built gamepad you have to use it in that format, and most of what I play requires that.

I hope that that's ok, but if it would be better set as laptop I'll change it.
jordicoma 28 Mar
Sorry for not being able to update mine for many years. Hope this year can get a decent (with decent price) gpu or/and steamdeck.
drlamb 28 Mar
Quoting: STiAT


If you're okay with running a beta release of Fedora you can already upgrade to Fedora 36 and get GNOME 42. The official beta release iso should be coming tomorrow.

I've had no issues upgrading to a beta release in my years of using Fedora.

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QuoteWe're going to be adding in some Steam Deck related questions too. What do you want to see?

Most played game on Deck or the number of games installed? I can potentially see disk size + external storage capacity breakdowns being interesting.


Last edited by drlamb on 28 March 2022 at 11:29 am UTC
STiAT 28 Mar
Quoting: drlambIf you're okay with running a beta release of Fedora you can already upgrade to Fedora 36 and get GNOME 42. The official beta release iso should be coming tomorrow.

I've had no issues upgrading to a beta release in my years of using Fedora.

Thought about it already, have to read into how to upgrade to beta or in general fedora releases (I am pretty new to Fedora), I am currently reluctant to reinstall again.

But if I am not mistaken it's less than a month away from release, I think my eyes probably will survive that. Maybe. Hopefully.
lectrode 28 Mar
QuoteWe're going to be adding in some Steam Deck related questions too. What do you want to see?

Primary steam deck setup: standalone/handheld or docked with external peripherals


(aka, do you use steam deck primarily as a handheld device, plugging it in only to charge it, or do you primarily use it as a desktop, unplugging it only when on the go?)
Eike 28 Mar
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QuoteWe're going to be adding in some Steam Deck related questions too. What do you want to see?

I guess the most matching question for most wannabe Deck owners is "When is you delivery to be expected?" :D
STiAT 28 Mar
Quoting: drlambIf you're okay with running a beta release of Fedora you can already upgrade to Fedora 36 and get GNOME 42. The official beta release iso should be coming tomorrow.

I just used this documentation to upgrade to fc36 pre-release: https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/quick-docs/dnf-system-upgrade/

If I understood it correctly it put me on some branch where I am on fc36 now and I won't even need to do another upgrade from beta to release because if the branch becomes stable dnf will do that for me.

Dark mode looks good, I like the dual wallpaper thing.

May need to switch back to Xorg though, vscode is not working in Wayland unless you --enable-features=Vulkan which will get overwritten on every code update. But that's only a selection on login anyway :D.

I am not really sure but I think we see a downside of client side window decorations now where a lot of apps do not respect the adwaita theming, thus making apps look even more out of place if they have not been updated and having white title bars instead of using dark ones.

Or just GTK themes are not applied properly for dark mode.


Last edited by STiAT on 29 March 2022 at 12:17 am UTC
QuoteWe're going to be adding in some Steam Deck related questions too. What do you want to see?
Hmm, maybe add "Steam Deck" to "Main gaming machine" category, along with desktop and laptop? Maybe if you select "Steam Deck" as your main machine it auto-fills all the information it can for you? Other than that, there's not that much to customize about the Deck compared to a desktop…maybe if you've stuck with SteamOS 3 or have another OS (whatever that might be) on it?
axredneck 29 Mar
I tried Plasma+Wayland+Nvidia a week ago, and it has some glitches Plasma had on X a few years ago.
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