[arch-general] Is ATI more... "compatible"?

Dimitris Zervas dzervas at dzervas.gr
Sun May 4 10:53:21 EDT 2014

On May 4, 2014 4:27 PM, "Temlin Olivér" <temlin at gmail.com> wrote:
> > It will just hand it to the VM (windows) via VGA passthrough (either Xen
> or
> > KVM will be used).
> > Is that impossible to do with my NVidia?
> > If it is possible, is it easier with the ATi equivalent?
> It was already answered.
> You would be handing the PCI device over to windows (since you have
> dedicated to linux), so the make does not matter in this case. If you can
> accomplish that with your current card, than chances are you can do it
> any other. What matters is the kernel (and probably motherboard) support
> for the passing of raw PCI devices, so a better question would be whether
> to use Xen or KVM and on what motherboard.
> - -Oliver Temlin
I remember that the kernel had problems disabling the card (99% my fault)
but generally, after googling my problems back then I saw a kinda
better/easier way for the ATi
I also remember that you had to make your nvidia chip look like titan
(firmware modding), or something like that...

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