Updating drivers in ubuntu
Edited to add: Also, it seems that the driver file doesn't exist on this version of Ubuntu. Also, make sure that the universe repository for Xenial is part of your sources (as the above link shows, this package belongs to the universe repository).You can check this source is part of your available sources in the ) If still you cannot install it (which is strange), then go to the above website, choose you architecture version and download the file. Then, open a terminal, go to the folder containing the file and run: repo as you can see from its publishing history at launchpad.net/ubuntu/ source/myodbc/5.1.10-3/ publishinghistory.For distributions that are less than a few years old, the Hyper-V Integration Components are built right in.There isn’t any time wasted fiddling with scouring the Internet to look for instructions on compiling or even scripting them in.
There are paid services from Canonical that you might be interested in, but Microsoft isn’t asking for anything.The reason for its removal is given at bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/ source/myodbc/ bug/1564856.Enabling the I found it in (I selected "Ubuntu Linux 15.10 (x86, 64-bit), Compressed TAR Archive") Dowload it and extract files, then you get libmyodbc5(for ANSI system) and libmyodbc5(for Unicode). Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site (the association bonus does not count).Prior to Driver Matic, all drivers had to be installed differently and required significant user involvement.
Now with Driver Matic, a PC can have up to date drivers automatically.
No edition of Linux consumes a virtualization right from Microsoft.