dxvk: Vulkan-based D3D11 implementation for Linux / Wine

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Provides a Vulkan-based implementation of DXGI and D3D11 in order to run 3D applications on Linux using Wine.

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_service 0000000707 707 Bytes
_servicedata 0000000235 235 Bytes
baselibs.conf 0000000070 70 Bytes
dxvk-2.3.1+84~git20240614.3e5eb166.tar.xz 0002518696 2.4 MB
dxvk-be_less_picky.patch 0000001106 1.08 KB
dxvk.changes 0000275250 269 KB
dxvk.spec 0000004815 4.7 KB
setup_dxvk.sh 0000004623 4.51 KB
setup_dxvk_alt.sh 0000000997 997 Bytes
Comments 6


Martin von Reichenberg's avatar

And, yet, again . . .


Sergey Kondakov's avatar

How so? Everything works for me. But just installing it into system does not activate it in wine. I installed it into wine's prefix manually after upstream dropped its setup script. The one used here by default now is from SUSE maintainers.


Martin von Reichenberg's avatar

I mean when the builds failed before . . .


Martin von Reichenberg's avatar

There we go again . . . . . .

unresolvable: nothing provides clang16-devel = 16.0.5 needed by clang-devel, (got version 16.0.4-1.1), nothing provides lld16 = 16.0.5 needed by lld, (got version 16.0.4-1.1)


Sergey Kondakov's avatar

I have no idea what's up with that. It should use https://build.opensuse.org/package/show/openSUSE:Factory/llvm16 and 16.0.5 is there. Maybe there is a malformed Factory snapshot. I use 'snapshot' repo instead of 'standard' because standard is not intended for updates, so with it stuff may build against inaccessible packages.

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