Solved How to force Minecraft (or any app) use the GPU in my Fedora Desktop?

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I dont understand why it "just works" but it did, i didnt even have to put in the extra line of code @f33dm3bits provided (ironically it forced the PC to use the i5 8th gen graphics which made it run at 5 FPS.) Anyways basically: using MultiMC it just works.. i didnt have to do anything special.... i dont understand this... but thank you.

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I dont understand why it "just works" but it did, i didnt even have to put in the extra line of code @f33dm3bits provided (ironically it forced the PC to use the i5 8th gen graphics which made it run at 5 FPS.) Anyways basically: using MultiMC it just works.. i didnt have to do anything special.... i dont understand this... but thank you.
I don't play Minecraft but how did you launch it before if you are now launching it using MultiMC?
 
I don't play Minecraft but how did you launch it before if you are now launching it using MultiMC?
I am unsure as to why before it refused to work, and now it does... I was using the MC launcher before, and now I am using MultiMC so maybe that has something to do with it also.
 
What would the command be for Debian be? env DRI_PRIME=1 doesn't seem to do anything for my LMDE laptop.
 
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My grandson plays minecraft my Linux system. ( the Java version )
This runs natively, no wine, or steam required.
This uses the default Linux video drivers, ( geForce or Radeon ).
 

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