IGEL – Universal Desktop Converter 3 (UDC3)

The Universal Desktop Converter 3 (UDC3) thin client software provides a highly effective alternative to traditional thin client hardware. The software is installed as the operating system on PCs, notebooks and selected thin clients, and turns the hardware into a powerful softwarebased and universally deployable thin client allowing secure access to almost all centralized IT infrastructures. Users have stable and reliable access to cloud computing services, server-based computing (SBC) applications and virtualized desktops (VDI). The local desktop operating systems are unified and standardized, and are centrally managed by IGEL’s user-friendly Universal Management Suite (UMS), the industry’s leading device management platform. The UDC3 software is available at low cost, the UMS is included for free.

Features And Benefits

  1. Cost-effective, no additional hardware investment: Extends life of old/depreciated desktop hardware
  2. IGEL Universal Management Suite included with delivery
    Efficient, secure and site-independent remote administration of all devices, standardized management of PC and notebook platforms, and existing IGEL thin clients
  3. Multimedia Codec Pack
    includes: MP3, AAC, WMA Stereo, WMV 7/8/9, MPEG1/2, MPEG4, H.264
  4. Standard dual-screen support
  5. Access to a wide range of centralized IT infrastructures, e.g., SBC, VDI and Cloud Computing Services
    Future-proof desktop access solution
  6. Standardization
    of desktop operating systems on PCs and thin clients
  7. Hardware acceleration
    for Intel, AMD/ATI and NVIDIA graphic chips
  8. Power Management
    for mobile devices (notebooks)
  9. UEFI mode support
System requirements

RAM

2 GB

Flash- / HDD-Memory (IDE, USB, SATA or eMMC)

2 GB

BIOS/UEFI requirements

USB boot support

Supported PCs

Supported Platforms

Standard 64-bit x86 compatible processor

Driver Support

  • Storage Controller (IDE/SATA/eMMC)
  • Network Controller incl. USB Network Ethernet Devices
  • Graphics card (Intel, AMD/ATI, NVIDIA)
  • No support for Multimedia Redirection with VMware Horizon
  • Sound card (some models are supported)
  • Power management for mobile devices (notebooks)
  • Full Synaptics touchpad support

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Updated: February 17, 2017 — 10:54 am

Oracle Software Collections 2.3

The Software Collections library allows you to install and use several different versions of the same software at the same time on a system.  Software collections are primarily intended for development environments.  These environments often require more recent versions of software components such as Perl, PHP, or Python to access to the latest features.  However, they also need to avoid the risk of disrupting processes on the system that rely on different versions of these components.

You use the software collection library utility (scl) to run the developer tools from the software collections that you have installed. The scl utility isolates the effects of running these tools from other versions of the same software utilities that you have installed.

New Software Collections for Oracle Linux 7

The following collections have been added to the Software Collections for Oracle Linux 7

  • devtoolset-6
  • rh-eclipse46
  • rh-git29
  • rh-redis32
  • rh-ruby22
  • rh-perl524
  • rh-php70

New Software Collections for Oracle Linux 6

The following collections have been added to the Software Collections on Oracle Linux 6

  • devtoolset-6
  • rh-git29
  • rh-redis32
  • rh-perl524
  • rh-php70
  • rh-python35
  • rh-maven33
  • rh-ror42
  • rh-ruby22
  • rh-ruby23

 

How to use Software Collections on Oracle Linux

The Software Collections Library 2.3 for Oracle Linux guide covers installation and use of all the Software Collections on Oracle Linux 6 and 7.

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Updated: February 17, 2017 — 10:38 am

Nakivo Backup & Replication 7 – Download Beta Version

Finally, the new version of Nakivo is available to download as beta version.

The new version has many new features and improvements that we have reviewed them on the previous posts:

Nakivo 7 Beta! Hyper-V Supported Now!

Nakivo Backup & Replication 7 – New Features

Nakivo Backup & Replication 7 – Skip Swap File!

Nakivo Backup & Replication 7 – vSphere 6.5 Support!

Read the above posts if you want to know about new features!

Nakivo 7 BETA

You can download beta version from this link: https://www.nakivo.com/resources/whats-new-in-v7.html

And also get a gift card!

Try the new features and share your experience with me as comment.

I’m sure that if you have mixed environments, Nakivo is one of best backup solutions for you because of supporting Hyper-V and vSphere in new version.

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Updated: February 3, 2017 — 8:42 am

Find HBA Firmware Version in Linux – Easy Way

You need to know, what is version of your HBA firmware to upgrade it or install compatible driver version.

There is many ways to find firmware version but I want to share easier way.

Just logon to your Linux machine with Sudo user and run the below command:

The result should be like this:

QLE8362 is your HBA controller model.

FW: … is your firmware version.

DVR: … is your HBA driver version.

This solution has been tested on OLE 6.5 and RHEL 6.6.

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Updated: January 31, 2017 — 9:40 am
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