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Yes, I can do it but unfortunately I don't know the procedure to use it and provide the necessary information. I installed GDB but I have never used it and I don't know what procedure to follow. Meanwhile the updates continue and the problem persists in the same way...

Just made a new Chromium update but unfortunately the problem hasn't been resolved yet... It seems like this is a long time coming... I don't know if the developers are aware of the problem, someone has reported it to the team Fedora? I haven't used Fedora for a long time so I don't even remember how to do it anymore... :)

YES after a few minutes it freezes, the hard disk starts reading who knows what and after a while it suddenly closes and stops... It should be reported to the Fedora team at this point, they have to see what's missing...

Unfortunately, despite the latest updates, the Chromium problem on Fedora persists in the same way... Today I installed the latest updates but the problem is the same as before, nothing has changed!

Yes, I also encountered the Chromium blocking defect, I also wrote about it in the post relating to Fedora 40. Fedora itself encounters a problem and writes it and says that it automatically reported it, it freezes, the hard disk starts I don't know what to load and then suddenly Chromium closes and that's it.

I also updated to version 40 and I confirm what my TLE friend said, everything works well on Fedora 40, they have finally made Gnome's performance stable and it's about time I would say. I installed Chromium, I also found the favorites I had on version 87 which were obviously removed because there was no longer support as we all know. Except unfortunately I'm noticing that it has some bugs to fix unfortunately at the moment. I don't know if you too have had the opportunity to try Chromium but at least for me it crashes after a few minutes of use, at a certain point the browser freezes the hard disk starts loading who knows what and then Chromium closes at sudden. Fedora also detects an error on a component and obviously reports it automatically, so the first reports of malfunctions relating to Chromium on Fedora have already started. However, it's great that he's officially back on Fedora, that's what was needed too. Let's wait for them to start solving the first problems now.

Well then we can update without problems, it's nice to recover Chromium after years and that the system has finally stabilized regarding the general performance of GNOME.  The initial bugs on Fedora are nothing new, we know that we have to act as a test bed since it updates very quickly, I'm not worried about this in fact, they will fix it soon as usual.

Well I think it's still early in fact, then as we know Fedora being a constant test bed has several defects which the developers then correct by running it on the various platforms of us end users and therefore I think that the beta releases are even worse in terms of bugs. Let's wait for the final version of Fedora to arrive and then see how Chromium runs. We have to start again after years of missing this browser. However, for some time now I have seen that the original Google search engine can be used again and now Chromium is also coming out and no longer ungoogled Chromium like a short time ago. Maybe Google has allowed us to use Power again, who knows... Or maybe Raptor still manages to run the regular version, bypassing the block they put in place at the time, I don't know...

Perfect then I'll wait for Fedora 40 to arrive, I hope they don't ruin it with the new release obviously and then after the update I'll try to install Chromium.  Thanks for everything TLE.

 Perfect, then all that remains is to wait for the update to Fedora 40. But what procedure should be used to install it?  Do we need new repositories to install?

Well this is excellent news, up to now in fact on Power, Chromium is only found on Debian and it works really very well.  So it's very good to see it again on Fedora after a long time.

Applications and Porting / Re: MAME for Power
« on: March 15, 2024, 04:35:32 am »
I understand it would take a developer who knows how to write the code apart from you and who can dedicate a bit and at the moment there isn't unfortunately... I hope in the future at least :)

Applications and Porting / Re: MAME for Power
« on: March 12, 2024, 01:02:19 pm »
It's been a long time since the last post in this thread, does anyone have any news regarding any improvements in the performance of MAME on Power? Classic Has had said he wanted to work on it but to date he hasn't given any more news on the matter...

GPU Compute / Accelerators / Re: Radeon RDNA3 support?
« on: March 05, 2024, 08:35:21 am »
I personally can tell you that if you have a Blackbird and you have to use both PCI express slots, you must necessarily use up to a maximum of 2 slots, otherwise you won't be able to use the second slot.  Unfortunately, the new Radeons are almost all 2.5 and therefore you can't use them.  That's why I was thinking that if there was a possibility, get a 7700 pro that uses 2 slots, even if it costs a lot more unfortunately being pro.  I use the 8 PIN slot for the sound card so I'm one of those who necessarily needs to use 2-slot graphics cards and no more.

GPU Compute / Accelerators / Re: Radeon RDNA3 support?
« on: February 27, 2024, 01:01:02 pm »
We need to understand what exactly is needed to make it work properly. In recent times they have made several AMD driver updates, to understand if very recent firmware is needed, which versions of Mesa drivers are necessary. I would like to mount a Radeon Pro 7700 rdna 3 for example...

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