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"To download the VMware Horizon View client from the Ubuntu Software Center, configure Ubuntu Software Center to allow software packaged by Canonical for their partners. Next, open a web browser in Ubuntu and click on the Download link."

How does one accomplish that? (Step-by-step)

When I use Ubuntu Software center, the version from VMWARE isnot found and the version there is too old for use at my institution.

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1st Download it VMware View Client

2nd check canonical partners is enabled or not

Open Software Center > Edit > Software Source ( check the given below pic )

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If not open terminal and copy paste the following commands

 sudo apt-add-repository "deb $(lsb_release -sc) partner"
 sudo apt-get update

Double click the file which you have downloaded earlier and it will open in " Ubuntu Software Center " then click " Install "


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