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  1. try booting again using a livecd, then chroot (following the steps here - pay close attention to the mount procedure, its options, etc) then: # emerge grub cryptsetup lvm2 # emerge intel-microcode iucode_tool linux-firmware # emerge debian-sources-lts # emerge @module-rebuild
  2. Hello @drobbins, thanks for the help - I appreciate it. Now I can play Steam games with sound. I'm unsure if the Nvidia GPU is being used - if my deduction is correct, I don't think it does. If I run a game (Windows - Witcher 1) through Steam's Proton and switch to a terminal attached to the container, then run nvidia-smi, it returns the following: +-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+ | NVIDIA-SMI 430.64 Driver Version: 440.44 CUDA Version: 10.2 | |-------------------------------+----------------------+--------------------
  3. Hmmm... I'm already using steam-nvidia-launcher-1.6, but the file described in the bug remains having an extra "unix:" prepended to the pulse server line. How does one edit that file inside the docker container? It seems to be immutable. Basically I still don't have audio, and I'm not even sure if the nvidia card is used instead of the intel one as glxinfo indicates that its renderer is intel.
  4. Thanks jhan for pointing this out, I appreciate it. Will check it out.
  5. Some update: After tinkering a bit. It seems that you don't need bumblebee at all!??? I'm not really sure because glxinfo returns "Intel" as its renderer. I.e., it returns the following: root@4f82889627cf:/# glxinfo |grep -i renderer GLX_MESA_multithread_makecurrent, GLX_MESA_query_renderer, GLX_INTEL_swap_event, GLX_MESA_copy_sub_buffer, GLX_MESA_query_renderer, Extended renderer info (GLX_MESA_query_renderer): OpenGL renderer string: Mesa DRI Intel(R) UHD Graphics 630 (Coffeelake 3x8 GT2) x86/MMX/SSE2 This is a bit confusing because the command nvidia-container-cli info r
  6. The approach to installing steam as described here: https://www.funtoo.org/Steam is very clever. However, it doesn't describe how it applies to Optimus laptops. Or am I missing something? Can the guide for Steam be used for gaming (Optimus) laptops? Sorry, but I'm just a mere mortal trying to figure out how I can use my gaming laptop given that Funtoo is now fully 64-bit. Other things in mind: Lutris, Wine, DXVK, Vulkan, Steam proton.
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