Running Debian unstable. Kernel 5.3-rc8 latest firmware including the navi firmware Tried using mesa git (19.2 branch) with llvm10 and it built fully but all attempts to use the amdgpu driver resulted in xorg messages saying that 2d and 3d acceleration were disabled. Additionally I dont like this method since Debian is fairly broken when it comes to 32bit multi-arch building - you basically have to ditch that idea and have two multi-arch debian systems, one setup to build amd64 and one setup to build 32bit since trying to install the 32bit dev pkgs uninstalls the 64bit ones half the time. *shakes fist* I then installed the experimental 19.2 (32bit and 64bit) debian pkgs but they're rc1 still and that means they were built with llvm8, so they predictably also dont work. Trying to use amdgpu with them results in a black screen hang, so it wont even fallback to software rendering. Proprietary drivers require an older kernel (5.2) for dkms to build and I'm not in the mood to downgrade my kernel. Trying to use the driver with 5.3-rc8's amdgpu kernel driver results in failure to load xorg. It's been a long time since my graphics setup was bleeding edge ( my card was an rx480). Anyone else diving into the hot dumpster fire that is bleeding edge amd drivers? According to google, the mesa git build should have worked but obviously i'm missing something. I haven't heard of people using debian successfully with the 5700 yet at least, but if anyone has...what steps were taken? Seems like half the people who report success in other dists are actually running in software mode and not really aware or dont care, with glx/vulkan support not working. Windows wasn't fairing much better btw. Half of my games locked up or crashed with the latest amd drivers. The ones that didn't, were running well though.