Windows 10: Microsoft to make Ubuntu 18.04 a First class VM with HYPER-V

  1.    05 Apr 2018 #1

    Microsoft to make Ubuntu 18.04 a First class VM with HYPER-V

    Hi folks

    Some might be interested in this -- could be a winner for Ms if they can eat into VMware's market.

    Microsoft's revealed a plan to make Ubuntu 18.04 a "first-class" guest under Hyper-V.
    Microsoft's definition of first-class may sound a bit ho-hum for users of other desktop hypervisors, as it includes window resizing, a clipboard that goes from host to guest and back again, something Microsoft's called a "Better mouse experience", Drive redirection and the Enhanced Session Mode that allows a guest to access host hardware. The Register's virtualization desk has enjoyed such features for quite some time in VirtualBox and VMware's desktop hypervisors.
    Microsoft to make Ubuntu a first-class guest under Hyper-V • The Register


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  2.    05 Apr 2018 #1

    This link has more details (steps to do it are for version 16.04 - 18.04 is slightly easier)

    Here is how to do it for 18.04. Works on SCU

    A guide how to run Ubuntu 18.04 in Enhanced Mode in Hyper-V - Windows 10 Forums

    NOTE: 18.04 is not yet officially issued for a couple of week or so. Above guide uses the daily prerelease builds.
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