that's awesome that you found the fix yourself dude, at least the problem wasn't too complicated after all.BTW i fixed the sound issue. Original Steam OS has firmware files in /lib/firmware, after adding them sound works.
Oh yea, I've seen many threads like "Oh yea I fixed it" without the OP posting the solutionthat's awesome that you found the fix yourself dude, at least the problem wasn't too complicated after all.
maybe you could post a short guide of your steps, in case any steamdeck users also dual-booting HoloISO run into the same problem, and can find the solution easily.
Very nice, thanks for contributing that. Seems quite simple steps to follow, in case anyone's looking for the solution.I had the same problem. @DocMAX gave a basic description how to find the solution, so for others here is the full guide how to fix it:
Dunno if there is a better way but this worked for me. I hope updates won't undo this fix.
- Download the steamdeck recovery image (here we get the drivers from): https://store.steampowered.com/steamos/download/?ver=steamdeck&snr=
- Unpack the bz2. Unpack the img with 7zip: `7z x steamdeck-recovery.img`
- Create a dir `mkdir iso` and mount the rootfs `sudo mount -o loop rootfs-A.img rootfs`
- cd into the newly created dir, cd into lib/firmware an then copy the content over to /lib/firmware/ : `sudo rsync -avh * /lib/firmware/`