virgl is the OpenGL renderer in Qemu guest OS when using
-device virtio-vga-gl -display gtk,gl=on command line. Since
virgl can delegate the rendering commands to host GPU, can we use
virgl to emulate an nVidia GPU and install drivers as well as CUDA on it? PS, both the Host and Guest OS are Ubuntu 20.04.
A full list of supported vGPU hypervisors and OSes are available here: Supported Products :: NVIDIA Virtual GPU Software Documentation
We do not support Qemu or virgl.
Thank you for the crisp answer.
Both being paravirtualization, WSL2 works much better than qemu in term of support of GPU and CUDA. Thanks a lot for cooperation between NV and MS.
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