Hi, Not trying to be awkward with the title, but, I'm a bit at my wit's end with Parallels and Linux guests -- I've used the product since it first came out and would prefer not to jump ship to the V* company. I am currently using Version 17.0.1 (51482), and the only Linux guest that I'm currently able to even partially use correctly is a Ubuntu 20 release, with an old kernel, as newer kernels don't seem to boot (see various other threads on this). The problems that I have are: Display resolution - Debian 11 with Parallels Tools installed won't go more than 1024x768 Won't boot at all (see Ubuntu issue) Some apps won't display graphics in Linux if 3D acceleration is on (Linux Mint, Debian, others) Parallels Tools seems to be required for copy/paste from Host to work, but breaks graphics (see Debian issue) When I turn off 3D Acceleration to get Mint to run things like Brave browser, it works, but, is jumpy and frustrating to use for long periods of time. My Debian VM works fine, but, with Parallels Tools installed, graphics don't work right, but without them installed, I can't copy/paste. So, does anyone have a modern 5.x kernel Linux that's free (no RHEL please) that fully works, with higher resolutions (I'm on a Pro Display XDR), fast graphics, parallels tools (for copy/paste more than anything else), and so on? Happy to try other products out there, but, it gets a bit tricky when I want/need to install packages that may not exist on all distributions.