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VMware SVGA II display driver for OS X, v1.2.5


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Could you possibly post a link to any of the things you mention? All the links I seem to find are dead... 

Thanks for the notice though



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try qemu with vfio passthrough. If your hardware can do that (VT-d) but u will need a dedicated gpu, i tried multiple configurations on VMware (ESXi) and i could get nothing working (tested only multiple nvidia cards that normally work under OSX86)  im not sure what you are trying to accomplish by using tables from a virtualised solution for getting good graphic emulation support. Since real OpenGL / Quartz support in a VM seems a no-go. Best would be to test the older based Zenith drivers with Guestpatches.pkg (forgot the name) incl -svga boot switch?

 

What would be the best choice to achieve real openGL (or very close to real) in a virtual machine?







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