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Thread: Anyone else using QEMU/KVM for testing?

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    Re: Anyone else using QEMU/KVM for testing?

    Hypervisors have conflicts
    They can both be install, but not run at the same time. I did research this before trying it and has proven to be stable for the past couple of months.

    IMO vBox is better suited for a GUI environment, but KVM is much more efficient with resources and worth the extra effort.

    So for what its worth, thats my two cents

    ps
    I run xwayland
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    Re: Anyone else using QEMU/KVM for testing?

    For what it's worth, I've installed Kubuntu in a VM and it's running very nicely. No graphics problems of the sort that were showing up with standard Ubuntu. It does seem that Gnome 3 might be the problem.

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    Re: Anyone else using QEMU/KVM for testing?

    Blog post by Kraxel about different QEMU/KVM display choices
    https://www.kraxel.org/blog/2019/09/...vices-in-qemu/
    There are many more than I knew about, each with a purpose.

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    Re: Anyone else using QEMU/KVM for testing?

    Quote Originally Posted by TheFu View Post
    Blog post by Kraxel about different QEMU/KVM display choices
    https://www.kraxel.org/blog/2019/09/...vices-in-qemu/
    There are many more than I knew about, each with a purpose.
    Thanks for that. Bookmarked for future reference.

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    Re: Anyone else using QEMU/KVM for testing?

    It turns out that there were some bugs causing this behaviour, and they seem to have been fixed. (well, so far, at least)

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