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VERSION Start of v4.0. 3.5 is closed now 2021-10-05 12:29:29 +02:00

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The main repository has been transfered to https://github.com/VirtualCable/openuds. Please, update your references.

OpenUDS

OpenUDS (Universal Desktop Services) is a multiplatform connection broker for:

  • VDI: Windows and Linux virtual desktops administration and deployment
  • App virtualization
  • Desktop services consolidation
  • ...

This is an Open Source project, initiated by Spanish Company Virtual Cable and released Open Source with the help of several Spanish Universities.

Please fell free to contribute to this project.

Notes

  • Master version is always under heavy development and it is not recommended for use, it will probably have unfixed bugs. Please use the latest stable branch. (v3.6 right now)
  • From 4.0 onwards (current master), OpenUDS has been splitted in several repositories and contains submodules. Remember to use "git clone --resursive ..." to fetch it ;-).
  • 3.6 version is tested on Python 3.9, 3.10 and 3.11. It will probably work on 3.8 too.
  • 4.0 Version will need Python 3.11 or higher. It uses new features only available on 3.10 or later, and is tested against 3.11. It will probably work on 3.10 too.
  • We use "NamedTuples" in the code, and seems to be some kind of error on 3.11.1, so please do not use that python version: (Ref: https://github.com/python/cpython/issues/100098).