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It works for Linux but it doesn't work on Linux. You need to install Converter on a Windows machine and then you can convert a Linux one. There used to be a version running on Linux but it has been discontinued.
There is one more caveat though - converting a running Linux machine can be done only to vSphere (i.e. managed by vCenter Server or ESXi directly), but not to Workstation, Player or Fusion.
First of all thank you, that's the perfect answer and tells me what I need to know.
2nd, everything you said really should be in the description. For me it changes this from a perfect tool to a dry hole.