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  1. cormite
    cormite at |

    Hi Michael. Great article by the way. I have shared it on my Linkedin account. I have a question for you. I have read the supported OSs but I do not see Linux in the list. I am very interested in a solution where I can deploy to a teaching room of about 40-50 students Desktop virtualization but not only Windows Desktops. My users need also Graphics Hardware acceleration on linux. Is this possible in any way with any of the above mentioned product combination? Thank you very much.

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  2. forbsy
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    Horizon View doesn't support Linux desktop. Only way to get around that would be to build a Windows desktop with VMPlayer and launch Linux desktop from VMPlayer. Not sure what the performance would be like and the GPU acceleration would only happen at the Windows virtual desktop I'd think

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  3. cormite
    cormite at |

    Michael,you were perfectly clear. That was not the problem. Maybe it was my bad to take the chance and post a question indirectly related to my personal problem to get help from your expertise. Thank you very much. Your answer is very much appreciated.

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