As i'm building my weird multipurpose NAS, i'm trying to figure out how to do it best , the thing i'm trying to achieve is :
virtualize W10 over a linux NAS for reliable file vault whose spare power can be used by an arcade cabinet
i know, some guru swill ask "why not just run the arcade cabinet in linux anyway?" and the answer is teknoparrot, Supermodel, and preconfigured portable Launchbox... so maybe one day i'll make another build that's limited to MAME and Retroarch but for now i wanna have the choice
So LTT has achieved this a few times with unRAID and the process appears to be pretty streamlined and user friendly, forwarding the GPU and inputs to the VM, assigning cores, and run the thing ...
but unRAID has this big price tag and annoying USB-stick licensing mess.... real-time parity is cool tho
My understanding is that unRAID uses KVM, is it right? then can't OMV also use KVM the same way?
My google search gives me lots of result about using PROXMOX instead and virtualizing both OMV and Windows separately but i don't know, is it worth adding another hypervisor? what would be the best approach? maybe even another one?!