On Sun, Aug 31, 2014 at 12:48:08PM -0600, Scott Dowdle wrote:
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> I'm trying to get a program to run in a Windows 7
> guest, and I get the distinct impression that
> opengl simply doesn't work (at least with spice/qxl).
> Can anything make this work, or should I just give
> up for now? :-).
Opps, I obviously hit the hotkey for send rather than paste.
3D acceleration is listed as a "future" feature here:
I know on Linux clients, they have some X11 driver that allows some 3D stuff to work...
particularly GNOME 3.
PCI passthrough can apparently handle some limited set of GPUs these
days. I'm not entirely sure of the details, but in any case it's not
likely to be of use for desktops.
The big hope is what Dave Airlie is up to:
Actually I saw him demo Quake [the standard benchmark] last year using
an earlier revision of this technology.
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