On Wed, 2020-09-30 at 12:44 -0400, Tom Horsley wrote:
On Wed, 30 Sep 2020 10:27:23 -0600
S Bob wrote:
> Does KVM run on fedora
> 32? Can I install a windows VM with KVM?
The kvm and virt manager tools work fine on fedora right
from the repos. I have a Windows 10 kvm running for
stuff I have to run on windows.
The only problem (which isn't a problem for me with my use)
is that 3D graphics don't work on KVM VMs. You can google
various projects to implement 3D support, but none of them
seem to be ready for prime time.
I believe with two video cards and two monitors you can pass
through one video card to windows for it to do native
graphics on, but I have never tried it.
I run VFIO with GPU passthrough on QEMU/KVM. It does require some setup
but I'm able to run graphical Windows games with good performance. This
is a useful reference for getting started:
You don't need two monitors. I use a single monitor, mouse and keyboard with an HDMI
switch (not a "KVM" switch, note) connected to my two video outputs,
one for the internal GPU and one for my Nvidia card. I manage it all