Starting from version 2.6.0, X410 can be used with Hyper-V Linux virtual machines for opening their GUI desktop via VSOCK (virtual socket).
By using VSOCK, you don't need to worry about configuring firewall or IP address. As X410 seamlessly supports Windowed Apps mode and shared clipboard, you can also use Linux GUI apps side by side with Windows apps instead of confining them to a Hyper-V console. Moreover, your virtual machines will be using less system resources since you don't need to run XRDP or other GUI desktop separately for each Linux virtual machine.
PREPARATION:Hyper-V Linux Virtual Machine
TEST DRIVING:Ubuntu Virtual Machine
TIDYING-UP:Directly Booting Ubuntu Desktop onto X410
You can automatically open Ubuntu desktop on X410 when you simply start your Ubuntu virtual machine. You can do this by creating startup services as described below.
TIDYING-UP:Launching X410 and Ubuntu VM from a Batch File