Images


Disk images

Choose your QVD demonstration image

These images are simply intended to demonstrate how QVD is able to serve a virtual desktop to a user. You may modify an image to suit your own requirements, once you have downloaded it, but we do recommend that you create your own DI from scratch if you are building a production level environment, or consider using our Enterprise Edition or Cloud Edition and get professional support creating the Disk Images that you require.

Personalise the image through your Hypervisor and Operating System

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QVD for SUSE

 

  • DI openSUSE 12.3 -Xfce Desktop for KVM
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  • DI openSUSE 12.3 – Xfce Desktop for LXC
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QVD for UBUNTU

 

  • DI Ubuntu 16.04 LTS – Xfce Desktop for KVM
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  • DI Ubuntu 16.04 LTS – Xfce Desktop for LXC
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QVD for CentOS

 

  • DI CentOS 7.2 - Mate Desktop for KVM
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  • DI CentOS 7.2 - Mate Desktop for LXC
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Customise the disk image from your desktop

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QVD for XFCE

Gnome-logoQVD for GNOME

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Appliance download

If you are trying QVD out for the first time, we suggest first trying out the demo VirtualBox appliance that you can download and run inside the freely available VirtualBox software.

Product technical resources

QVD Release 4.0 · Virtual Philip

Find here the QVD domuntation and related technologies

QVD Installation Guide

This guide helps users learn how to install QVD

QVD documentation

Access to all the technical information of the product