Polaris 11 should be well supported by ROCm. What issues are you having? Did you try posting your issues on Github? People there are very responsive.
Hi, beforehand thanks for read and comment.
Well, i thougth i was cleare which is my problem. Once again, my problem is that the support for newer cards (my case a Polaris 11 card) there isn't in the current LTS mainline kernel series (either in the stable series), the support you talk about is in the github's kernel repo of ROCm. I don't want install a kernel that don't let me keep update with the lastest stable kernel releases, ROCm project MUST provide a patch aganist it (they provide a FULL kernel) or submit the changes to inclusion (well, i don't know if they do that, but, are so deep the changes that can't be accepted by manteiners and Linus ?).
Said so, without that support on mainline LTS kernel i can't use ROCm, the install from source of libraries and utilities is cumbersome (i'm not user of Ubuntu or Fedora, but not imposible and i'm up the task). Like i said before, i thougth enable ROCm was just install a few plugins on base system nor install a new kernel (for enable support and features of ROCm) and a lot the new utilities. For now (and future) just use my card (and next cards) for play and watch movies (and nice windows effects)... so sad about that, i work on software that would benefit from that extra power of GPU but no luck for me.