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I found a similar question here and the first answer solved my problem. To be more exact I did the following and it solved my issue: sudo nano /etc/default/grub Then add the kernel boot parameter: video=SVIDEO-1:d, so it will look like this: >GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash video=SVIDEO-1:d" sudo update-grub sudo reboot NOTE: The ...


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I figured it out. It turns out although Fedora is also using Gnome 3, they are using Wayland instead of Xorg. I tried Gnome Wayland on Ubuntu and it feels smooth now.


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You have to change your scheduler from deadlineto cfq. You can do that per blockdevice and non permanent via sudo echo cfq > /sys/block/<blockdevice>/queue Or for the whole system, permanent via grub, with adding the elevator=cfqparameter to the grub commandline options. This is an excellent post explaining how you can do that. What the ...


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