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How to Enable Desktop effects on Virtual Machines

By uppulurivasu ·
Guys,

Anyone know if there is any possibility to run a VMWare or Microsoft or Parallels or Xen Linux virtual machine with Desktop effects.

Thanks
-Srini

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Pls explain

by kiranchinnu In reply to How to Enable Desktop eff ...

Hi ,
can you pls explain more in detail that why type of desktop effects ur looking abt.

regards,
Kiran.

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An example of Fedora

by uppulurivasu In reply to Pls explain

A simple example is for suppose you install Fedora Core 9 on a physical hardware, when once you enable desktop effects you can use CTRL+ALT+Arrow Keys to flip the desktop and some other effects like wobbling windows etc.

But if you install the same on a virtual machine irrespective of the Virtualization software (VMWare or Xen or Microsoft), when you enable Desktop Effects in the Fedora Core 9 Virtual machine, you are just forcefully logged out. Hope its the same even in Vista, Ubuntu and many more.

Hope this explanation helps.

Thanks
Srini

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Every (nearly) operating system comes with Desktop effects..

It depends if you are writing code on the desktop effects or not. Give it a try and find out.

Please post back if you have any more problems or questions.
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