[virglrenderer-devel] About virtio-gpu in Windows
tomeu.vizoso at collabora.com
Thu Jan 28 06:34:15 UTC 2021
Something you might want to consider is to use a translation layer such
as DXVK in the guest and use the upcoming virtio-gpu-based Vulkan driver
Probably, whatever Red Hat did so virgl could run on Windows would apply
here. Did they say if they could release their code?
On 1/28/21 4:07 AM, netradar wrote:
> Hi Tomeu,
> Thanks a lot for you reply.
> Actually I have contacted the man in red hat, he told me that they have
> suspended this project because they didn't think it's promising.
> We are now looking for other solutions.
> Thank you anyway.
> Have a nice day.
> At 2021-01-26 16:14:48, "Tomeu Vizoso" <tomeu.vizoso at collabora.com> wrote:
>>On 9/30/20 5:12 AM, netradar wrote:
>>> Our company is doing some research on virtio-gpu and we want provide 3D
>>> hardwere acceleration in Windows guest, but it seems that virgil project
>>> doesn't it.
>>> Based on what we know, we have to develop a OpenGL ICD driver and a
>>> miniport driver to enable opengl hardware acceleration in windows.
>>> Because we have not any experience on video card driver development. so I
>>> send this email to ask for some help.
>>> I know a student from France has developed a project which was a GSoC
>>> project, but it is not based on mesa. I assuemed we have to develop a
>>> mesa driver.
>>> So does anyone can provide some information on this?
>>I know that Red Hat had somebody working on this, but I don't know if the
>>code was made public:
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