So, I got a new m.2 ssd and the samsung migration tools seems to have borked my windows installed somehow. So I might finally make the transition to actually have my main os be linux (I’m already used to using linux apps on my chromebook anyway).
I’ve given it many goes but I want this time to be proper and great.
What my dream setup looks like is this (I don’t know if everything here is possible, but it seems like bits and pieces are slowly being developed so it might work):
The ideal setup I’d like to have (but seems like it’s not (easily) possible yet?):
Host system is linux (ideally Kubuntu (like kde and want the LTS of ubuntu. don’t judge xd)
EDIT: If need be, I can probably use arch I guess. Just mainly want to have KDE, I love KDE plasma
A vm running windows.
I want the gpu to be available on the linux host if I feel like gaming on linux, but be easily available on the windows vm when I’m playing windows games or doing VR (valve index)
EDIT: I’m also planning to try some VR native on Linux as Vavle supports that
(also my new monitor is ‘gsync compatible’ (freesync) so having that work would be great)
And for this I don’t want to be switching display inputs on my monitor ideally. so looking glass fixes that part I guess)
Would super appreciate you guys’ help. (can switch my 3700X and GTX 1080 to Level1tech’s folding team instead of LTT if that helps my pc is on 24/7)