Vasilis has noted correctly in the message above - unfortunately, File Transfer connection mode is yet to be implemented in Viewer for Mac/Linux. You can see the full list of features available in Viewer for Mac/Linux as well as the features that are going to be implemented in subsequent updates here, in the very first message.
In case if you mean something else, please let us know.
Hope that helps.
Yes, I made a mistake, i have been using RemoteUtilities with Windows and i forgot about the differences when i changed to Linux. Tank you so much for replying.
Could you please clarify if you mean the address book sync via RU Server feature? If this is the case, then this feature will be implemented in the final release of Viewer for Mac/Linux which we hope to release by the end of this year.
Is the clipboard supposed to work between host and client? I can't get it to work on my end (with latest beta versions of both).
Also, I'm having problems with the arrow keys. Sometimes they work normally, but in most software they won't carry their normal function. For example, with Windows Sticky Notes they send values "2", "4", "6" and "8". Also I can't seem to shift+left or shift+right for selecting content.
Am I right in assuming that you use Viewer for Mac/Linux of the latest 1.0.6.q Beta 6 version and Host for Windows of the latest 22.214.171.124 Beta 4 version? If this is the case, then could you please check if you have the Disable clipboard transfer in the Host Settings -> Other tab? In addition, please note that this is a Beta version of Viewer, so it has limited functionality and more features will be added at later stages. You can find the full list of currently available features on the first page of this thread in the first message.
As for the issues with the arrow keys, unfortunately, we couldn't reproduce it yet, but we will additionally test it out to see if it can be fixed in our future updates.
I've checked with our developers on the issue. Could you please clarify if you use Viewer for Mac or for Linux OS? In case if you use Viewer for Linux, there are currently some issues with the numeric keypad that might be causing such behavior of the arrow keys. This issue will be fixed in the next update. Sorry for the inconvenience.