Connecting PCI – e graphics card on a Linux system to virtualbox

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How can a PCI – e-graphics card on a Linux system be connected to a VirtualBox or KVM? Is a light weight Linux virtual Box image preconfigured with LAMP available on net? 

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Connecting PCI – e graphics card on a Linux system to virtualbox

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KVM has an auto detector of PC hardware configuration. So you can easily install PCI – e graphics card on a Linux system. When you install KVM it will auto detect PCI – e graphics card in your system. And when you install OS in virtual machine it will install the driver module in OS for PCI – e graphics card on a Linux system.

Another option is to do it manually. You can download a virtual box like sun VirtualBox Linux version that has built in PCI support. Or you can install an extra module to support PCI – e graphics card on a Linux system.

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