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Bazzite Linux v2.4.0 fixes ASUS Ally and Lenovo Legion Go suspend issues

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The increasingly interesting Bazzite Linux has a new release out, and it's a good one for handheld gaming fans so here's what's new in v2.4.0. Bazzite is an alternative operating system you can use supported across multiple handhelds like the Steam Deck, GPD devices, AYN devices, Lenovo Legion Go, ROG Ally and desktops too.

With the 2.4.0 release you'll find that it should work better on the ASUS Ally and Lenovo Legion Go, since they have a fix for recent suspend issues. On top of that the NVIDIA driver support got a nice version bump up to the 550 series bringing lots of fixes and improvements there too.

There's also the addition of CoolerControl, a GUI for viewing all your system's sensors and for creating custom fan and
pump profiles based on any available temperature sensor.

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Full changelog below:

Features

  • Add ujust command to install CoolerControl, an excellent GUI for controlling fan speeds on a wide array of hardware (30eac4a)
  • amd: Add LACT to topgrade (cf5e0f0)
  • deck: Add HHD-UI (a8f5feb)
  • just: add option to add user to libvirt group (#865) (36388bc)
  • just: add option to disable vfio (#830) (c86a56a)
  • nvidia: Update to Nvidia 550 drivers (95123e0)
  • Update isogenerator to latest version (#822) (fe48ae0)

Bug Fixes

  • Fix for recent suspend issues on ASUS Ally and Lenovo Legion Go
  • Add patch to avoid conflicts with Fedora's trim service (ed02a65)
  • Add version gating for the fsync kernel (07e0e33), closes #873
  • ci: issues with enrollment password (#823) (1e26697)
  • Correct issue with user setup script execution check (93bc12f)
  • correct orientation for GPD Win Max 2 (2022) (#819) (0f2fb7d)
  • custom initramfs args actually get applied (2bef48a)
  • deck: Correct the default display scale on KDE images (c86fc7d)
  • deck: Ensure the detected branch name is always lowercase (26b1d53)
  • deck: Replace die with finish 0, may correct update errors some users have been experiencing (e980853)
  • desktop: Correct missing steamos-add-to-steam executable in KDE (a8e77d1)
  • distrobox-export (#803) (55cf1cb)
  • dont remove waydroid-choose-gpu (#856) (d58a511)
  • just: Add missing description (#834) (0805791)
  • just: Create repo file with sudo (ba72610)
  • make sure custom initramfs args are set (6bd4949)
  • nvidia: Always reboot at the end of bazzite-hardware-setup, potentially fixes frozen screen that makes kargs appear to take an infinite amount of time. NVK soon? I want off Mr. Nvidia's wild ride. (c267cbe)

See more on the Bazzite website.

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3 comments

DrNick Mar 15
I just installed Bazzite on my GPD Win 4 and have been pretty happy with how well it works. There are a few minor issues (volume buttons currently don't work) and a few things that I know will likely never work(Fingerprint reader pretty much only works for Windows), but the extra performance and battery life I get in return more than make up for it.
I just installed ChimeraOS on a htpc. Would I have been better off with Bazzite?
Quoting: PoliticsOfStarvingI just installed ChimeraOS on a htpc. Would I have been better off with Bazzite?
Depends. How well off are you with ChimeraOS?


Last edited by Purple Library Guy on 16 March 2024 at 12:06 am UTC
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