Open Source VDI platforms, Fedora, CentOS & OpenSUSE 13.2

by | Dec 2, 2014

The formula to get rid of proprietary systems to deploy a desktop virtualization platform, the new operating systems supported by UDS Enterprise and OpenSUSE 13.2 in KDE or Gnome desktops have been the most interesting topics for our readers during the last two weeks.

If you didn't have the chance to read these posts, here you are the links, so don't miss the most outstanding information according to our followers:

How to deploy a fully Open Source virtual platform

UDS Enterprise will support Fedora & CentOS

OpenSUSE 13.2 in KDE and Gnome desktops



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