Hey all, I’ve been on forums for the past 16 hours and I’m gonna pass out any moment now. Hardware: ASUS 490E motherboard, GTX 1050TI, RTX 2070. My goal: VM of windows using the 2070, host manjaro using the 1050TI.
Previously I had it working when I didn’t have the 2070, but now I’ve finally gotten really close but both cards are using “kernel driver in user: vfio-pci”. It seems to be that they’re in the same group.
So on this arch wiki, under “Bypassing the IOMMU groups (ACS override patch)” I need to do this thing where I download linux-vfio and I guess patch the kernel but I’m really not understanding what steps they want me to do, can someone break the steps explanation up for me.
VT-d is enabled and working, the issue presently is that both gpus are in the same group so now manjaro can’t use the GTX 1050 which my intention was to get this 2070 to run the vm and have manjaro use the 1050, the link I posted to the arch wiki should be my solution, but I don’t understand how to apply that patch
Awesome, I got it, needed some help but got it working finally. Kind of. So the 2070 is now showing that it uses the kernel driver vfio-pci, the 1050 does not. But manjaro also isn’t using it as a display either. I get this when I run startx, think I should make a new post