[PLUG-TALK] Setting up new virtual machines on Linux - Why not KVM?

Russell Senior russell at personaltelco.net
Thu Jan 3 15:09:19 PST 2019


>>>>> "Tomas" == Tomas K <tomas.kuchta.lists at gmail.com> writes:

Tomas> There has been quite a few post about how to get VirtualBox
Tomas> working on various Linux distributions. I cannot recall any post
Tomas> asking for help with KVM (or bHyve!).

[...]

I haven't used VirtualBox for anything in a number of years, and I do
use KVM for, specifically, server-type virtual machines.   What I
recall, though, as the selling point of VirtualBox was the absense or
limitations on USB pass-thru with QEMU/KVM.  Back in the olden days,
QEMU only supported USB1 (not USB2 or USB3).  I have no idea if that has
changed since the last time I looked.


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