00:39SolarAquarion: ../docs/nvrm/rnndb/nvrm_object.xml: couldn't find database file. Please set the env var RNN_PATH.
17:23Lyude: HdkR: i'm not sure if that can work yet, I'll check in a bit though.
17:23Lyude: it's probably dependent on if we can support a mst config that has enough bandwidth to support both displays at once
17:24Lyude: also - memory bandwidth may also be an issue
17:48SolarAquarion: this is happening on my system. I think.
17:48SolarAquarion: Which doesn't happen on nouveau, which is a plus despite the lack of hardware acceleration video. But, I don't know, lmao
21:46imirkin: Lyude: karolherbst i'm out for a few days, please keep an eye on the ML approvals
21:52Lyude: imirkin: sure thing, I usually try to do that anyway :)
22:33SolarAquarion: my favorite feature of Nvidia proprietary drivers are the bugs
22:59Lukalot: Hello! I'm looking for instructions on how to update nouveau, and had trouble finding anything substantial by search. I was wondering if anyone here could help.
23:02Lukalot: My problem specifically is that Proton for Steam has bad performance and is notifying me that my drivers are out of date. My current version is: Driver: Nouveau NV166
23:04ccr: generally if you want gaming performance, you'll have to use the NVidia binary blob drivers.
23:04HdkR: Updating Nouveau won't fix your performance problem with Turing. You'd need the nvidia blob
23:10karolherbst: Also, no vulkan driver yet
23:16Lukalot: Ah, thank you. Is there any reasonably up-to-date tutorial on installing Nvidia drivers on a system that previously had Nouveau drivers installed? It seems like a complex process but I can only find ancient forum threads.
23:20HdkR: If you're running Ubuntu then there are some PPAs that track the nvidia blob