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  1. [server] Re: Multiple GPUs, headless, mangled X11

    My curiosity goes into another line of thought and practice...

    My thoughts, backed by years of experience with high-end graphics on Unix and Linux, and additionally with Servers...

    NVidia...
  2. [server] Re: Multiple GPUs, headless, mangled X11

    So backing up...

    X11 is running on my local (10.0.0.72). My server is headless (10.0.0.3). Here are the displays and seats of the VM (192.168.122.58):


    SESSION UID USER SEAT TTY
    ...
  3. [server] Re: Multiple GPUs, headless, mangled X11

    I ssh'ed w/ X-Forwarding into the vm and started google-chrome-stable:


    mafoelffen@Mikes-B460M:~$ ssh -X mafoelffen@192.168.122.58 /usr/bin/google-chrome-stable
    mafoelffen@192.168.122.58's...
  4. [server] Re: Multiple GPUs, headless, mangled X11

    X-Forwarding deals with X11, not Wayland.

    Let's debug this a bit... Is that error coming up on the remote server, or the local client?

    Wait... I have honestly never tried to run Google Chrome...
  5. [server] Re: Multiple GPUs, headless, mangled X11

    Those errors are usually caused by a failed mesa update (zink, swrast)


    sudo apt install --reinstall mesa-utils
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