I want to try out igvt on my laptop. After reading the docs I have some questions:
Documentation* lists support for 5th to 7th generation only. Is this still up-to-date?
What about 8th gen? Is is not supported at all or just not considered stable enough?
The docs also suggest building a patched 4.14 kernel. Is this still required or does the 4.18 or 4.19 kernel already contain all the patches?
Same question for qemu: Are all required patches upstreamed to 3.0 or do I need to stick to the patched 2.12 one?
Execute me if this problem is already reported/fixed. I can't create KVM
guest OS by "vmport is missing". I build and boot kernel
from 2018-q3-gvt-stable-4.17 of github.com/intel/gvt-linux.git. qemu is
built and installed from 2018-q3-stable-2.12.0 of
github.com/intel/igvtg-qemu. When I create KVM guest OS by virt-manager, I
have "mising vmport" in qemu. Please find screen shot of "New VM" window of
virt-manager and error message window in attachment. configure of
igvtg-qemu is invoked as
./configure --prefix=/usr \
Is this known issue?
-caz, caz at caztech dot com, 503-804-one zero two eight(m)