Support is available for Microsoft Windows at release, for Linux with Catalyst 8.10. The free and open-source driver requires Linux kernel 3.10 in combination with Mesa 9.1 (exposed via the widely adopted VDPAU)), offering full hardware MPEG-2, H.264/MPEG-4 AVC and VC-1 decoding and the support for dual video streams, the Advanced Video Processor (AVP) also saw an upgrade with DVD upscaling capability and dynamic contrast feature. The RV770 series GPU also supports xvYCC color space output and 7.1 surround sound output (LPCM, AC3, DTS) over HDMI. The RV770 GPU also supports an Accelerated Video Transcoding (AVT) feature, which has video transcoding functions being assisted by the GPU, through stream processing.
In some cases other dependencies may be required to install the chocolate package such as PowerShell. In this case, just add additional transient layers: --using=chocolatey/chocolatey,microsoft/powershell.
The script copies the application binaries from the cloned repository to a new container and commits it to an image. The --mount=%CD%\samples flag is used to poke a hole in the container isolation so that the cloned repository can be accessed. The --no-base flag just marks microsoft/dotnet:4.5 as a dependency rather than copying it into the image. This greatly reduces the size of the final image.
Depending on where this image is deployed, the Microsoft Visual C++ 2015 Redistributable Update 3 may be required. This can be added to your container environment from the Turbo.net hub with the microsoft/vcredist:2015 image. For standalone executables, see the article on Legacy Internet Explorer and Java for an example of how to add a dependency from the Turbo.net hub. 2b1af7f3a8