Cool stuff. FYI new i915 driver has vgpu support, incliuding 3D.

On Friday, May 27, 2016, Peter Grehan <gre...@freebsd.org> wrote:

> As of r300829, support for graphic output has been checked into the
> projects/bhyve_graphics branch. This is just the usr.sbin/bhyve executable,
> so is quick and easy to build from source.
>
> Assuming a reasonably current source tree is in /usr/src,
>   svn co http://svn.freebsd.org/base/projects/bhyve_graphics path/to/dir
>   cd path/to/dir
>   make BHYVE_SYSDIR=/usr/src -m /usr/src/share/mk
>
> UEFI GOP support has been checked into the freebsd/edk2 repo:
>
>
> https://github.com/freebsd/uefi-edk2/commit/a36132939e259df79b16699c03c6f1d63c7454b9
>
> A pre-built bhyve/UEFI binary image with GOP support is available at:
>   https://people.freebsd.org/~grehan/bhyve_uefi/BHYVE_UEFI_20160526.fd
>
> The new bhyve executable supports some new devices. An example of using
> them for Windows10 is:
>
> bhyve \
>    -c 2 \
>    -s 3,ahci-cd,/images/win10_install.iso \
>    -s 4,ahci-hd,/images/win10.img \
>    -s 11,fbuf,tcp=0.0.0.0:5900,w=1600,h=900,wait \
>    -s 20,xhci,tablet \
>    -s 31,lpc \
>    -l bootrom,/images/BHYVE_UEFI_20160526.fd \
>    -m 2G -H -w \
>    windows
>
>  The framebuffer device, "fbuf", takes parameters describing the VNC
> server options. The optional "wait" parameter will hold execution of the
> guest until a VNC client is connected. The height and width of the frame
> buffer can be specified, with the constraints that the maximum is 1920x1200.
>
> Arbitrary resolutions are not yet supported by UEFI. That will be fixed,
> but in the meantime, available resolutions are:
>      1920 x 1200
>      1920 x 1080
>      1600 x 1200
>      1600 x 900
>      1280 x 1024
>      1280 x 720
>      1024 x 768
>       800 x 600
>       640 x 480
>  Specifying an unsupported resolution will result in UEFI falling back to
> 800x600.
>
> The XHCI emulation currently only has a tablet back end. This connects to
> pointer input from VNC. If not present, pointer input defaults to the ps2
> mouse emulation. Note the latter only suppports relative coordinates which
> don't track the cursor very well in VNC.
>
> Keyboard input currently defaults to the PS2 keyboard.
>
> The code has been tested with Windows 7/8/8.1/10 and Server 2k12/2k16,
> Ubuntu 15.10, and FreeBSD 10.3/11-CURRENT. Note that older versions of
> Windows, and FreeBSD, don't like the XHCI tablet - the default ps2 mouse
> should be used with those.
>
>  For VNC clients, TightVNC, TigherVNC, and RealVNC (aka VNC Viewer) have
> been tested on various hosts. The OSX VNC client is known not to work.
>
>  Give it a try and let us know how it goes !
>
>  Many thanks to Michael Dexter for helping out with the testing of this.
>
> later,
>
> Peter.
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