I tried setting up a VM with the issues stated in the title. I use an NVIDIA GPU with the proprietary drivers (GeForce 3070 Ti). The issue is that I get an error, that the EGL-initialization failed. The drivers are up-to-date, and I have tried to find solutions, but haven’t found anything that’s really useful.
You likely need to do a pass thru of the GPU to the VM, and install the proprietary drivers inside the VM.
This would likely mean the host could not access that GPU.
Yeah. That would not really work. I only have one GPU and I want to keep it connected to the host. But why doesn’t OpenGL work?
You are using a virtual gpu inside the VM, not the physical one. Software is not the same, nor is the virtual hardware.
I still want to get OpenGL with Virtio working. The guest should be an Android gaming system. (PrimeOS)