Ciara_Hirthe40 answered on October 8th 19 at 03:46
You have an interesting task))
I would have tried to solve using Hyper-v 2008 R2 sp1+RemoteFX
gregory.Hodkiewicz answered on October 8th 19 at 03:48
Well, if the host is Windows, then it will be possible to play ;) And even today I slipped an article about portforwarding video card, I think it is necessary to communicate with the author.
Opal_Padberg48 answered on October 8th 19 at 03:50
I do not advise to leave only on the host hypervisor. Too many inconveniences may arise, and the administration complicated on the order. It is better to put a full OS with a GUI, at least in the minimal configuration.
I have installed Windows 2008 Server R2 + Hyper-V as the host OS, well, a virtual "taste". On the host only the minimum necessary software, and all application programs stuffed in his virtualcom — one for the server software, the second for development, another for testing, etc.
Toys can be played either on the host or, as indicated above using RemoteFX. But in the case of RemoteFX, the graphics card really needs to be powerful: in the case of NVidia or the top-end GeForce or Quadro class card.
lenna_Graham85 answered on October 8th 19 at 03:52
The easiest way is multiboot. Put all the necessary OS and put Linux last to using GRUB to specify where to boot from.
Virtualization ambush that guests lose physical access to the devices. The main problem - none. With toys because it will not chop. Yes, even in modern UI systems will slow down, as commonly used hardware acceleration.
Yes, there are Remote-FX, but the iron in his support. And the cost of it will not be happy.