On Friday, December 17th, 2021 at 1:34 AM, Dominik Vogt <dominik.v...@gmx.de> 

> > Libvirt/KVM/qemu virtualization.

> Wow, very complicated.

Not at all. Once you get 1st VM, you just clone others and have nice farm
of them. Getting new system for me is just to copy "golden" qcow2 image in
place, copy piece of XML, change uuid, name, MAC address, and boot.

# virsh list --all | wc -l

> After a bit of digging I figured out how
> to split a single real screen into two xrandr screens:
> with a real screen of 1920x1200:
> ================================
> $ xrandr --setmonitor top 1920/1x600/1+0+600 none
> $ xrandr --setmonitor bottom 1920/1x600/1+0+600 none
> $ xrandr --fb 1921x1200
> $ xrandr --fb 1920x1200

Nice to know that. Never tried that before.


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