I had problems with smooth EVE run when had also “MS teams” calls or when I was working with “Citrix” on my laptop.
I found a NICE workaround - just when you have EVE started - check TOP, process ID and make it nice to 10:
renice -n 10 -p “PID of EVE from top”
Enjoy crabing/mining on slower machine when you need to work also in parallel
You know I’ve been working on linux for close to 20 years, and gaming exclusively on it for around the last 8 or so. I completely forget about the idea of legit kernel process priority sometimes.
To all recent windows converts: Linux has real process priority control capabilities. renice is a magical command that is your friend.
Me too, I tried to manipulate teams and ctrix, installed teams from github (by IsmaelMartinez), manipulate graphics size and kernel parameters for GPU and CPU … and then eureka … NICE … using this for a week now and it works flawlessly now … this solution works for: wine, proton, lutris, amd, nvidia, intel, probably it will work on BSD whatever
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