Virtualize a Rasberry Pi?


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How would that work with GPUs?

 

Passthrough: Very unlikely.

 

Virtual GPU (CPU/VNC): Should be possible.

 

 

 

Doesnt look like anytime soon as no word from limetech  :(

Maybe something to look in to for unRAID 6.4.  Should be pretty simple to build ARM guest binary for QEMU.  My original goal was to slim down the binaries for QEMU and that's why there is only x86-64bit support today but it sounds like there's some interest in ARM guests.

 

I have a few Raspberry Pi projects I'm working on as well :)

 

Great news

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How would that work with GPUs?

 

Passthrough: Very unlikely.

 

Virtual GPU (CPU/VNC): Should be possible.

 

 

 

Doesnt look like anytime soon as no word from limetech  :(

Maybe something to look in to for unRAID 6.4.  Should be pretty simple to build ARM guest binary for QEMU.  My original goal was to slim down the binaries for QEMU and that's why there is only x86-64bit support today but it sounds like there's some interest in ARM guests.

 

I have a few Raspberry Pi projects I'm working on as well :)

 

Great news

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How would that work with GPUs?

 

Passthrough: Very unlikely.

 

Virtual GPU (CPU/VNC): Should be possible.

 

The GPU passthrough support is only a problem because almost no PCI-E GPU supports ARM, passing through other devices (something like a GPIO board) could work.

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On 10/12/2016 at 12:46 PM, eschultz said:

Maybe something to look in to for unRAID 6.4.  Should be pretty simple to build ARM guest binary for QEMU.  My original goal was to slim down the binaries for QEMU and that's why there is only x86-64bit support today but it sounds like there's some interest in ARM guests.

 

I have a few Raspberry Pi projects I'm working on as well :)

 

@eschultz  any news on arm emulation. Would love to see that feature ;)

 

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