Drivers from igpu ryzen 3 5300u

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When will the videodriver be available for ryzen 3 5300u
 


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what distribution are you using ?
 

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that is strange when the website clearly states
*OS Support

Windows 10 - 64-Bit Edition

RHEL x86 64-Bit

Ubuntu x86 64-Bit

*Operating System (OS) support will vary by manufacturer.
 

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so I assume you have the latest kernel they offer [Kernel: 5.4.0-86-generic]
have you tried using the "Additional drivers" to see if it can find one in the repository's [I have read they were due to be in kernel 5.4 onwards but thats no guarentee ]
 

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whilst typing my kernel has updated to 5.4.0-88.99
 
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I am now using ubuntu 21.10 and put it in full resolution, though without drivers, but it works stably without naming
 

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Ubuntu 21.10 is using a much newer kernel [5.11] which has much newer and enhanced inbuilt drivers
to check which drivers you are now using, in a terminal type inxi -G [inxispace-G]

just spotted you queried what x86 means, before the advent of 64 bit computing all 32 bit were intel compliant AMD beat intel to the market with 64 bit processors using what they called x86 architecture, component manufacturers were quick to follow AMD so it became the standard for all 64 bit [including intel] processors
 

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Ubuntu 21.10 is using a much newer kernel [5.11] which has much newer and enhanced inbuilt drivers
to check which drivers you are now using, in a terminal type inxi -G [inxispace-G]

just spotted you queried what x86 means, before the advent of 64 bit computing all 32 bit were intel compliant AMD beat intel to the market with 64 bit processors using what they called x86 architecture, component manufacturers were quick to follow AMD so it became the standard for all 64 bit [including intel] processors
Ubuntu 21.10 has Linux Kernel 5.13.0.21
 

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To add to the above:

21.10 is an 'interim' release, not a long-term stable release. The kernels update to newer versions more often in the interim releases. It can change in an LTS, like enabling the HWE stack, but most LTS (at .1 and beyond) tend to use a LTS version of the kernel - such as 5.4. I believe the next LTS kernel is 5.10 and I'm not sure after that.

Anyhow, I think my point was that it's not unknown for the kernel to increase (even full increments and not just point releases) for the kernel to change during an interim release.
 

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To add to the above:

21.10 is an 'interim' release, not a long-term stable release. The kernels update to newer versions more often in the interim releases. It can change in an LTS, like enabling the HWE stack, but most LTS (at .1 and beyond) tend to use a LTS version of the kernel - such as 5.4. I believe the next LTS kernel is 5.10 and I'm not sure after that.

Anyhow, I think my point was that it's not unknown for the kernel to increase (even full increments and not just point releases) for the kernel to change during an interim release.
My bet it will be kernel 5.15 LTS for Buntu 22.04
 

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Longterm There are usually several "longterm maintenance" kernel releases provided for the purposes of backporting bugfixes for older kernel trees. Only important bugfixes are applied to such kernels and they don't usually see very frequent releases, especially for older trees. Longterm release kernels
VersionMaintainerReleasedProjected EOL
5.15Greg Kroah-Hartman & Sasha Levin2021-10-31Oct, 2023
5.10Greg Kroah-Hartman & Sasha Levin2020-12-13Dec, 2026
5.4Greg Kroah-Hartman & Sasha Levin2019-11-24Dec, 2025
4.19Greg Kroah-Hartman & Sasha Levin2018-10-22Dec, 2024
4.14Greg Kroah-Hartman & Sasha Levin2017-11-12Jan, 2024
4.9Greg Kroah-Hartman & Sasha Levin2016-12-11Jan, 2023
4.4Greg Kroah-Hartman & Sasha Levin2016-01-10Feb, 2022
 

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Hmm... Thanks for the chart. 5.15 isn't all that long-term, so they'll have to do something. 2023 is very much mid-cycle. I haven't paid attention previously, in any capacity at Lubuntu/Ubuntu (so goes one, so goes the other, mostly).

It'll take some time, but I can probably find someone and ask what they plan on doing for the LTS kernel. One of the Lubuntu devs *might* know.
 
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