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  1. After trying this, I get a warning. Any idea what that's about?
  2. So I just made the switch from windows to linux, and I'm trying to setup freesync in linux. My distro is Pop!_OS. I have gotten freesync to work on windows, so I know it's not a hardware problem. I'm fairly certain that I am using the amdgpu drivers needed for this to work. My problem is that I can't get Pop!_OS to tell me if freesync is running or not. I've been following the directions from the amd website, which can be found here, and I can't find the correct field after I run this command: "DISPLAY=:0 xrandr --prop". I'm supposed to be looking for anything that says "freesync", but the only thing I can find is "tearfree" which I don't think is the right thing. I thought maybe I should just try enabling freesync anyway, so I ran the command "DISPLAY=:0 xrandr --output DisplayPort-1 --set "freesync" 1", but then I get an error. The error shows up like this: But when the terminal listed my displays earlier, "displayport-1" was apart of that list. So not only am I unable to find the correct field for freesync, I am also unable to change the "freesync field." Any help with these errors would be appreciated.
  3. Regardless of preference in design, it just doesn't look functional. Don't most people set consoles on its side? How are you supposed to lay the ps5 down without it rocking back and forth? It's like if the ps3 didn't have a flat side and just had curves on both sides.
  4. How are we supposed to get these patches? I'm running windows 10 and just assumed that they come in through windows updates, but should I be updating the BIOS instead?
  5. Oh sick. I didn't read it like that before but that does make sense. And I feel like I'm mostly self sufficient when it comes to genuine phone issues, seeing as I've never needed Google support services in the first place. Hopefully I'm good. Thanks!
  6. Yeah this phone's pretty sweet, I think I got it two years ago now. The only thing I'm worried about is google's chart that says they will no longer guarantee telephone support for this phone after next month. I wonder if that means they will just shut me out of cell service when they don't want to support it anymore.
  7. I just updated my OG pixel to android 10 and after poking around for a bit I noticed that it will no longer be guaranteed security updates after next month, which also means it may no longer be supported for regular telephone support. Should I start looking for a new phone that will actually work as a phone after next month? Here is a link to the google support page that has this info: https://support.google.com/pixelphone/answer/4457705?hl=en