VMware Player for Linux 16.1.1 B1780149 freeware
... supports Microsoft virtual machines and Symantec LiveState Recovery disk formats. ...
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|16.1.1 B1780||Apr 1, 2021||New Release||Important Fixes:
In this release of VMware Workstation Player, the VMNet driver related security improvements as suggested by BoB driverThru have been implemented.
Microsoft console debugger is included in OVFTool in VMware Workstation
The functionality provided by Microsoft console debugger has been changed and Microsoft console debugger is no longer included with Workstation distribution. This issue is resolved.
|16.1.0 B1719||Nov 20, 2020||New Release||What's New:
Support for new host/guest operating systems:?
Windows 10 20H2
Updated vctl kind to support KIND v0.9.0
|16.0.0 B1689||Sep 14, 2020||New Release||What's New:
Container and Kubernetes Support:
Build/run/pull/push container images using the vctl CLI.
Supports KIND kubernetes clusters running on top of Workstation Player.
Note: Windows 10 1809 or higher is required
New Guest Operating System Support:
SLE 15 SP2 GA
Support for DirectX 11 and OpenGL 4.1 in the Guest:
For Windows hosts, a native GPU that supports DirectX 11.0 is required.
For Linux hosts, latest NVIDIA proprietary drivers are required.
Host Operating System (64-bit):
Windows 8 or higher
GNU/Linux with NVIDIA drivers that support OpenGL 4.5 and above
Guest Operating System
Windows 7 or higher
GNU/Linux with vmwgfx
Vulkan Render Support for Linux Workstation Player
Workstation 16 Player enables 3D support for Intel GPUs on Linux hosts to deliver DirectX 10.1 and OpenGL 3.3 to VMs using Vulkan Renderer.
Note: Linux host operating system with a recent Intel/Vulkan