Single-function host devices and individual functions of multi-function host devices may be configured to enable this.Configurations exposing devices as multi-function PCI slots to the virtual machine are recommended only for non-hotplug applications.
I’m not so familiar with LUA-programming, but I have modifyed another LUA-script that I use for a wheather station where I only "scraping" the temperature as an referens.
I have installed a virtual sensor for temperature and humidity (Idx=45) and the file with temperature and humidity data contains the values “21;45” ( 21 degrees Celsius and 45 % humidity).
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If device assignment fails, there may be other endpoints in the same IOMMU group that are still attached to the host.
There is no way to retrieve group information using virt-manager, but virsh commands can be used to analyze the bounds of the IOMMU group and if necessary sequester devices.
So it's only 1 sensor and you must send Temp & humidity in the same svalue like explained here : https:// ...
2Fhumidity What you have in log : 21;45 is exactly what you need to send to the sensor.
If you are encountering issues with a Genymotion device not being detected inside Android Studio, try the following steps. Next, open up the Terminal application on your computer.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 supports PCI hot plug of devices exposed as single-function slots to the virtual machine.
Luckily you can use the Android Emulator, part of the Android SDK.