This is to say that, like any other hypervisor, the hypervisor itself doesn't support X (or any other GUI), but that you can run X and a graphical desktop in a virtual machine and connect to it through X server, if I understand the response correctly, yes?

I could be entirely wrong, but that is what I am getting from Peter's reply. Have I understood correctly?


On 09/01/2014 06:12 PM, Peter Grehan wrote:
Hi Denis,

"..Currently, bhyve only supports a serial console and does not
emulate a graphical console." - www.freebsd.org

How i can understand, i can not take graphical output from same
virtual mashines? This option is planned?

Think of it as a headless server with a serial console. You can back-end
X apps if need be.

VGA support is slowly being worked on.

later,

Peter.

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