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Linux with Graphics

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Hi,

I have a Linux application that requires more graphics support than the basic hardware configuration.

  • Is there a Graphics compute option for the Linux OS?

  • If no, will one be available in the future?

Many Thanks!

asked 3 years ago15 views
5 Answers
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Thanks for the feedback. We have recorded your feature request and will evaluate for future delivery. Stay tuned!

answered 3 years ago
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I have not seen any updates on a Linux workspace with Graphics. Is there an estimate on how soon this may be implemented?

Many Thanks!

answered 3 years ago
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I also notice that the mesa drivers on the Amazon Linux 2 workspaces support OpenGL version 2.1 only. Will those be updated to more modern mesa versions with better OpenGL support on the CPU?

Mesa 17.0.0 from years ago seems to be at 4.5...

answered 3 years ago
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I see that the graphics workspaces are still limited to Windows. Any information on improvements to the Linux workspaces?

Thank you.

answered 2 years ago
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Hey, I'm also keen for this.
Not really sure how to proceed. Do I have to abandon workspaces and set up my own vm with teradici or something like that? Like with google compute? or is there an easier way. I'd like to be able to just choose a bundle that looks like a 16 core linux bundle but with a gpu also...

answered a year ago

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