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    Alder Lake GVT-d integrated graphics passthrough

    Hello! I am in the process of transferring a series of VMs from an ESXi build onto a new Alder Lake (i9-12900K) build with Proxmox. In particular I am working on getting the integrated Intel graphics passed through to a Debian 11 VM for Plex transcoding. I have been following GVT-g tutorials...
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    Viewing console on an Intel GVT-g virtual machine

    Is it possible to have the video still visible on the console UI when running a VM with no video adapter, and Intel GVT-g configured? Right now running like this and heavily dependent on RDP working. I see these instructions for libvirt on an Arch system with an GVT-g VM, but not sure how this...
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    Intel GVT-g GPU and no other video card

    I have Windows VMs with just an Intel GVT-g GPU and Display set to None (so there's no other video card present in the VM). How can I still obtain access to the console via noVNC, SPICE, or anything else?
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    Intel GVT-g random kernel panics

    I'm running into the same issues as the poster here https://github.com/intel/gvt-linux/issues/153 Running newest version of Proxmox with all latest non-subscription updates with Windows VMs with Intel GVT-g active. VMs seem to crash at random times with crash frequency increasing on heavy GPU...


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