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VMWare stops supporting Linux in their web clients

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  • "VMWare's latest vSpehere 5.5 software explicitly *REMOVES* support for Linux web clients."

    Did you read the article?

    But the web client is no longer supported on Linux because, as VMware advises, "Linux platforms are no longer supported by Adobe Flash, vSphere Web Client is not supported on the Linux OS." There's still some hope as VMware says "Third party browsers that add support for Adobe Flash on the Linux desktop OS might continue to function."

    VMware did not purposely render the software inoperable on L

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