As I wrote several days ago, Zoom has become highly unstable on my desktop computer. I’ve tried everything, including switching from the KDE desktop environment to the XFWM one; switching off compositing; using all different versions of the NVIDIA drivers; swapping other NVIDIA cards into the system; different kinds of LINUX kernels. Nothing helps. So I’ve employed my work laptop as the backup system. Actually, now it has become my primary teaching system, because I cannot afford stupid graphics system/software crashes in the middle of class. The Yeti and the good camera attach to a USB-C hub on the work laptop; the Snowball and the worse camera are now relegated to the desktop machine.
The spice must flow.