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26 May 2017

     18:49  PCI passthrough via OVMF‎‎ (4 changes | history) . . (+480). . [DeBaus‎ (4×)]
 m    18:49 (cur | prev) . . (-60). . DeBaus (talk | contribs) (Fixed consistency with the rest of the page, before half of the time "[vmname]" was used, and the other half "myPciPassthroughVm" was used)
      18:46 (cur | prev) . . (+390). . DeBaus (talk | contribs) (Added section about VM only utilizing one CPU core, i added this because it happened to me and this solved it)
 m    17:07 (cur | prev) . . (+22). . DeBaus (talk | contribs) (Passing VM audio to host via PulseAudio: I formatted it to follow the standard of the rest of the wiki)
 m    17:05 (cur | prev) . . (+128). . DeBaus (talk | contribs) (Passing VM audio to host via PulseAudio: I just cleared up how you can know that the changes have been saved)

25 May 2017

 m   20:24  PCI passthrough via OVMF‎ (diff | hist) . . (+125). . DeBaus (talk | contribs) (I made it more clear that you HAVE to exit the file and it must be a soft exit in order for it to save. Reason : https://www.reddit.com/r/VFIO/comments/6dadeh/cant_save_changes_made_using_virsh_edit/)
 m   16:06  PulseAudio‎ (diff | hist) . . (+140). . Wwmm (talk | contribs) (Added another alternative equalizer)

23 May 2017

     22:50  Dolphin emulator‎ (diff | hist) . . (-49). . MarkusS (talk | contribs) (Several minor changes: Spelling of GameCube, current set of supported architectures, Triforce support was never in any release)