Shell Script to install AMD OpenCL PRO over Mesa Driver (by Diolinux)


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  • How are Nvidia GPUs with Pop these days? | 2021-05-12
    If you want to stick with AMD you might want to look at to easily enable OpenCL in Blender. Works a treat on my Radeon RX 580.
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  • Does anyone use Davinci Resolve on Pop OS 20.04 LTS (or anything Ubuntu-based ?)? I'm just lazy installing CentOS, having already my Pop OS gaming station ready.
    If you have Nvidia GPU and you follow the guide ok System76's website (just type install DaVinci Resolve on Pop Os System76 and you will find it). If you have AMD GPU I have tried it several times with succes but I had no audio on the timeline even after converting the video with ffmpeg. I installed the opencl driver for AMD with that link Or you can install thel by downloading the package from AMD website and install it through the command but there are a bit of tutorials on that on the internet (never really worked for me). But as I said if you have Nvidia GPU it should not be very complicated.
  • Video not working on Linux
    I managed to get Davinci working on Linux (Pop OS) with the opencl drivers which I installed following that link but I can't see any video even after converting the .mp4 file to .mov with ffmpeg. That has always been my problem with Davinci Resolve on Linux because I can find a way to get it working but I never have video and can't even press the play button to get the timeline preview. I once had video on Manjaro Linux but (I had a package installed which is called libgl and i never heard of that needed for Pop OS) the system was giving a blackscreen after every reboot and you had to remove the package before every shutdown and there was a fix but that didn't work for me. Could someone help me because I am starting to think I'm the only one in that case as every other person just converts the file with ffmpeg and it works perfectly fine. I am sharing a video of Davinci Resolve on my computer (sorry for bad quality).
  • DaVinci Resolve | 2021-03-03
  • 21 suggestions for a better Pop!_OS | 2021-03-02
    Hi, you can use this for OpenCL without AMDGPU PRO driver: