OpenGnsys VDI requirements
You have to install OpenGnsys to run OpenGnsys VDI.
OpenGnsys VDI integrates seamlessly into an existing OpenGnsys installation.
OpenGnsys VDI concepts
OpenGnsys VDI simplifies Operating System (OS) image management and deployment through virtualization.
The host computer is your regular bare metal desktop computer.
OpenGnsysVDI is a hypervisor OS which runs your OS inside a Virtual Machine (VM)
The desktop guest OS is your end user desktop OS, such as Ubuntu Linux and Microsoft Windows.
OpenGnsys VDI allows you to access your desktop Guest OS through VNC.
Enough talk, let's install it!
This is an overview of the installation process:
Download the OpenGnsys VDI image, burn it a USB stick and boot from it. Then, install it on a bare metal desktop computer.
Once you have installed OpenGnsys VDI, you can generate an OS image for your collection of OpenGnsys OS images and restore through OgLive.
OpenGnsys VDI provides an easy-to-use control plane to install your guest OS.
For details, please check the user guide available at the Download section.
Can we help you?
We, together with the wonderful OpenGnsys community, are constantly improving and adding new features so feel free get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you find a bug or if you have a feature request :)