Our easy step-by-step script guides you through installation NICE DCV on Ubuntu 18.04, 20.04 and 22.04. The script will first update the OS, install the nVidia driver and then install and configure NICE DCV. Including update of the OS it takes around 15 minutes to get NICE DCV automatically up and running.
Please note: The NICE DCV Server is supported in addition on Redhat/CentOS and SLES in case preferred.
Here is a screenshot of part of the script:
# Install DCV wget https://d1uj6qtbmh3dt5.cloudfront.net/NICE-GPG-KEY gpg --import NICE-GPG-KEY rm NICE-GPG-KEY dcv_server=`curl --silent --output - https://download.nice-dcv.com/ | \ grep href | egrep "$dcv_version" | grep "ubun" | grep Server | \ sed -e 's/.*http/http/' -e 's/tgz.*/tgz/' | head -1` echo Installing DCV from $dcv_server wget $dcv_server tar zxvf nice-dcv-*ubun*.tgz cd nice-dcv-*64 # install all packages sudo apt install -y ./nice-*amd64.ubuntu*.deb
Here you can find the complete automatic Installation script for NICE DCV on Ubuntu 18.04, 20.04 and 22.04.
In case you are interested in ready made out-of-the-box Ubuntu DCV AWS AMIs we have created the following pre-built machines with optimized DCV settings:
- High-End Ubuntu 22 Desktop – NICE DCV for NVIDIA-GPU 3D instances
(Includes latest NVIDIA driver, CUDA Toolkit and NVIDIA DOCKER Container Support)
- Ubuntu 22 Desktop – NICE DCV High-End Remote Desktop (no GPU)
- High-End Ubuntu 20 Desktop – NICE DCV for NVIDIA-GPU 3D instances
- Ubuntu 20 Desktop – NICE DCV High-End Remote Desktop (no GPU)
- High-End Ubuntu 18 Desktop – NICE DCV for 3D AMD-GPU based graphics instances
After the installation of NICE DCV you can proceed with a trial of EnginFrame Views offering intuitive and load-balanced session management including Single-Sign On.