Hi there! Thanks for taking the time to look at my question, and thank you kind folks for making looking glass a reality. (Such a cool software)
Anyway, I have a rather ridiculous script that allows me to hot swap GPU for my GPU pass through setup, but in order to allow that to work correctly the display manager needs to be turned off so that I can unload Nvidia and allow vfio to claim ownership of my gpu.
During the process of shutting down display manager I noticed that /dev/shm gets nuked (presumably because my user is no longer logged in).
The gpu hot swapping is being initiated through libvirt/hooks (this directory /etc/libvirt/hooks/qemu.d/win10/started/begin/). However, it looks like the memory created after the virtual machine is running, does not allow looking-glass to work.
Is there a way to more permanently create /dev/shm/looking-glass ? Or is there another location that I can use between display manager being turned off / on?