Linux Virtual Delivery Agent 7.16
Linux Virtual Delivery Agent 7.16 (PDF Download)
Documentation for this product version is provided as a PDF because it is not the latest version. For the most recently updated content, see the Linux Virtual Delivery Agent current release documentation.
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The Linux Virtual Delivery Agent (VDA) enables access to Linux virtual desktops and applications, anywhere, from any device where Citrix Receiver is installed. You can create Linux virtual desktops and applications based on an RHEL, CentOS, SUSE, or Ubuntu distribution. Prepare your Linux virtual machines, install the new software on them, configure your Delivery Controller, and then use Citrix Studio to make the desktops and applications available to users.
The following items are errata for the Linux VDA 7.16 documentation. Errata are content issues, such as errors or missing information, that could affect your use of the product.
- On page 9, the list of supported hypervisors for hosting Linux VDA guest VMs is incomplete. The list also includes Nutanix AHV.
- On page 10, the list of supported hypervisors for HDX 3D Pro is incomplete. The list also includes Nutanix AHV.
- DDC is a deprecated term, which is updated to “Delivery Controller.”