I have a Toshiba with an ATI Radeon x1200 video card.. which is what I'm assuming is causing this issue. I first was using Ubuntu 12.10 fine, but then decided to upgrade to 14.10 LTS and that's where the issue with the flickering started. Then I decided to give Mint a try to see if that'd work, but with no luck.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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I've recently decided to switch from VirtualBox to KVM and have had a tremendous amount of ups and downs. I finally managed to get my extra graphics card passed through, so that's a plus. Now with PCI passthrough, obviously the PCI slot is ignored by the host; shouldn't USB act similarly though? I've passed a usb Xbox dongle through to the VM and installed the drivers for it, but out of curiousity I decided to look at the output of lsusb. Sure enough it's still showing up in the host. Will I need to remove xboxdrv from the active modules to be able to use my gamepad in the VM?submitted by campbell1373
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