Does anyone use the xf86-video-dummy-with-vt driver? I'm trying to figure out what the benefit is versus xf86-video-dummy, which is what I'm using now.
I cannot find any documentation (maybe I just don't know where to look?). I think it might solve a problem I'm having, but I wanted to ask around before installing it.
I run Manjaro on a Raspberry Pi 4b (4GB), headless, and had to install the xf86-video-dummy driver to get the X server to start so I could do a remote access GUI (e.g., VNC, x2go, etc.).
One of the things I don't enjoy about SSH'ing in to my Pi is that I don't get the switchable TTY devices I would get if I was accessing the computer directly with a monitor and keyboard.
Would this driver somehow give me TTY access when I SSH in? If not, what does it actually do?