Thank you! This is a very good info
I didn’t know that, my only experience with vm is with vmware player
So if I have two video cards (2 pcie or onboard + pcie) I could have windows on monitor 1 and fedora on monitor 2?
As a newbie what software could I use to begin? I was thinking of proxmox or truenas scale (since I could use it also as NAS), I saw you videos about xen and to me it seems to complicated (too much settings etc) am I right?
Hello Tom, I did a quick test (using truenas scale) and it worked at first try, I was able to see the fedora desktop and hear some music using the display port audio passthrough.
Unfortunately the mobo I used is a mini itx so I can not do a test with 2 vm and 2 video cards. But it should work too
I have only question: as I understood, to have the usb keyboard / mouse on the vm I have to pass the entire controller.
To me it seems an big issue, I mean, I can’t try it but, if it is already assigned to a vm, I am not sure that I can I assign it even to another one. Am I right?