Those are separate kernels available to boot. The 6.5.2 kernel is the original version shipped with the liveiso. The 6.5.7 is the updated version. You will note that 6.5.2 is the default. I wanted to be on 6.5.7, so I set that as the default using the following.
My AMD Framework (with fresh Fedora 39 beta install and latest updates) drained about 40% battery with closed lid during the past 24h. Isn’t it able to enter the proper low power states?
Never had such a problem on my i7-8550U with Fedora 37/38.
Note that 7040 Series is still a very new platform and AMD’s open source teams will continue to actively develop and improve Linux kernel driver support beyond this specific firmware fix. We’ll keep updating our guides to point you to recommended configurations, and we’ve created a Community wiki post (here) with an overview of the latest status.
With BIOS 3.02, lid events and suspend operate, but, we’re actively working on the next BIOS release that will address issues folks have experienced.
I renamed this thread’s title from “[Fedora 39] Official Fedora 39 Thread” to “[Fedora 39] on the Framework Laptop”, referring to the other official thread [Ubuntu 22.04] on the Framework Laptop and previous version Fedora 37 official thread Fedora 37 on the Framework Laptop . My guess is that Matt wants to use the “[Fedora 39]” for his email filtering. So, I kept it. I hope you still like this title.
@Matt_Hartley My power consumption (with lid closed) improved with BIOS 3.03 to about 12% in 10 hours on a 61Wh battery. Is AMD further working on this topic?
EDIT: Using an up-to-date Fedora 39 beta and BIOS 3.03 on my 7840U Framework 13. Rear slots both have USB-C expansion cards, front left USB-A, and front right Micro-SD. The device was powered on, but the lid closed after checking the initial battery percentage.
hey guys, so i’m still having issues with firefox and video playback. i’ve done all the suggestions in this thread and have gotten videos to work, however the videos stutter every 10 seconds or so. like they freeze for a few seconds then catch back up while the audio keeps playing – making videos essentially unwatchable on firefox.
does anyone use firefox and have this issue? i’ve moved over to using brave which has no issues, but i’d really prefer to be using firefox but the video playback is killing me.
i’m on the latest update of fedora 39, 3.03 bios, and i’ve tried the flatpak and rpm version of firefox and they both have the same issue.