What version of Linux Supports what in Hyper-V?

What version of Linux Supports what in Hyper-V?

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We have been doing a lot of work to increase the functionality of Linux on top of Hyper-V, and we have been contributing the necessary changes directly to the main Linux source.  While this is all good – it has caused confusion for some people as they are trying to figure out which versions of Linux support which features on Hyper-V.

Thankfully – our documentation team have been busy putting together some awesome guidance here.

First there is the “Feature Descriptions for Linux virtual machines on Hyper-V” page – that explains all the features and options that are available.

Second – there are pages for a number of the major Linux variants:

Each of these pages tell you exactly what features are supported in what versions.  Very helpful!

Cheers,
Ben

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