After you deploy Horizon 6 for Linux desktops, you can manage, uninstall, and troubleshoot the virtual machines in your deployment. Uninstalling and Reinstalling Horizon 6 for Linux MachinesTo uninstall Horizon 6 for Linux on a virtual machine, you must remove the unmanaged machine from the desktop pool, remove the registered machine from View, uninstall View Agent, and remove configuration files. You can reinstall Horizon 6 for Linux by running the View Agent installation script. Configure Lossless PNG Images on Linux DesktopsGraphic applications, especially graphic design applications, require pixel-exact rendering of images in the client display of a Linux desktop. You can configure a lossless PNG mode for images and video playback that are generated on a Linux desktop and rendered on the client device. Suppress the vSphere Console Display of a Linux DesktopWhen a user connects to a Linux desktop, the desktop can also be displayed in the vSphere console for the Linux virtual machine. You can configure Linux virtual machines to ensure that the vSphere console is blank when users connect to their desktops. Configure a Left-handed Mouse on Ubuntu DesktopsUbuntu does not support a left-handed mouse by default. You can configure an Ubuntu desktop to support a left-handed mouse. How to Perform Power Operations on Linux Desktops from vSphereOccasionally, it might be necessary to perform power operations on Linux desktops from vSphere. Gather Information About Horizon 6 for Linux SoftwareTo help manage and troubleshoot the Horizon 6 for Linux software, you can gather information about a View Agent installation on a Linux virtual machine. Troubleshooting Horizon 6 for LinuxYou can take steps to diagnose and resolve problems that you encounter when you install and configure Horizon 6 for Linux desktops.