Linux Remote Desktop
Remote desktop client for Linux based operating systems.
Currently I use a combination of pulseway and teamviewer to achieve this. Would be nice to be able to drop Teamviewer
Planned Remote Control Suggested by: Tim Bennett • Upvoted: yesterday • Comments: 4
I also have to use a combination of ConnectWise and Pulseway to manage Linux desktops. Additionally, would be nice to use only Pulseway. ConnectWise and TeamViewer both offer Linux remote desktop capabilities.
This feature will keep me from wasting a Windows license running a Virtualbox VM just so I can do remote work. Now that the Mac remote is working, I would think we are close to a Linux remote (since Mac is a BSD variant under the hood). I currently use NoMachine to control Linux to Linux (gui), and the Windows VM to control the Windows clients. A remote solution that gives me access to Windows clients will solve 95% of my current remote access blues. A high % of Linux 'remote' can be accomplished through SSH, but if I can get more end-users onto Linux, we'll need to see their screens to do training and support.
I got the Pulseway Dashboard running under Wine, but the experience is not particularly good. If there's still no Linux client next year, will probably not renew.