When I start the KALI VM on the console this is the output. Also the VM takes a lot of time (3 minutes) here
I am not experienced enough to make sense of these.
Please can someone help me to figure out the actual issue.
then I do get this on the console
Also while this is going on on the...
Sorry, I found out that VT-d was not enabled in the BIOS. After doing that when I boot my Kali, Nothing appears on the monitor. On the vnc window i get this error.
Also how do I create a different iommu group for GPU passthrough
Hi I am running Proxmox VE 6.4-6 in one of my old desktop with the following configuration.
MSI Motherboard: H310M PRO-M2 (MS-7B28)
Processor: Intel i5 - 8600K
GPU: GeForce GT 710B
I have enabled Intel VT-d from motherboard.
I am running few VMs and one of them is a Kali linux box. I am...
Now I am posting all my final settings and steps (working) so that others can benefit from this.
1. Here is what my grub file looks like.
#If you change this file, run 'update-grub' afterwards to update
# For full documentation of the options in...
Got the issue. During boot it is asking "Press any key to boot from CD" as there are no keyboards passed through, I cant do that so it is timing out and going into UEFI shell.
Can you recommend any Tutorial link for USB passthrough?
No it was in the vnc. Now I have set the display to none, changed the boot order. I am still getting the same screen, only difference is, that now this is on GPU monitor.
I am using KVM64 as virtual processor.
My host processor is i7 - 4790. I have gone ahead in host bios and enabled VT-D
Thank you for your quick response. It is much appreciated :)
At 9:15 (GMP+5:30) in the morning I tried to start the Win10 VM again. Here is the output of journalctl -b 0
Jun 03 09:15:17 pmx2 pvedaemon: <root@pam> starting task UPID:pmx2:00005EF4:00449CB5:60B8504D:qmstart:102:root@pam...