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Richard lilley, User (Posts: 4)

Apr 05, 2019 3:39:12 pm EDT

Hi,

Thanks for the reply.

I just want to clarify a few things.

So as far as I understand there are four parts of the software package; Server (if self-hosting), Viewer, Host & Agent.

What parts are you currently developing for MacOS?

What parts are you currently developing for Linux?

May I also ask how many developers the company has? (I understand if you would rather not let us know)

Will beta versions be publicly released or internal only?

Thanks
Richard

Conrad Sallian, Support (Posts: 2318)

Apr 05, 2019 4:11:02 pm EDT

Hello Richard,

What parts are you currently developing for MacOS?

We are currently working on Viewer for Mac. Host and Agent will be made available some time later after that. As for Linux versions - since the code base is almost the same for Mac and Linux there is a good chance that Linux versions will see the light at the same time as Mac versions.

May I also ask how many developers the company has? (I understand if you would rather not let us know)

Sorry, we do not disclose such information. We are a privately owned company, not a publicly traded one.

Will beta versions be publicly released or internal only?

Yes, of course we will provide a beta version for open testing and maybe even show the alpha too.

Thanks.

Richard lilley, User (Posts: 4)

Apr 05, 2019 5:26:32 pm EDT

Hi,

We are currently working on Viewer for Mac. Host and Agent will be made available some time later after that.

Would the Host & agent not be a priority, as the device the viewer is on we can control (ensure it is windows) where the computer we would be connecting to is out of our control (as it is the device the clients have )

Just a thought

Thanks

Conrad Sallian, Support (Posts: 2318)

Apr 05, 2019 5:53:37 pm EDT

Hi Richard,

All three modules are important. It's only that we decided based on our user feedback that Viewer will be the first to go.

Richard lilley, User (Posts: 4)

Apr 05, 2019 7:09:43 pm EDT

Hi,

. It's only that we decided based on our user feedback that Viewer will be the first to go.

That is surprising to me, does anyone from the community have a comment on this?

Thanks

Nick Leffler, User (Posts: 8)

Apr 05, 2019 7:21:27 pm EDT

Richard lilley wrote:

Hi,

. It's only that we decided based on our user feedback that Viewer will be the first to go.

That is surprising to me, does anyone from the community have a comment on this?

Thanks

I want the Linux host. I have no interest in OSx anything. I still bought the Pro license since I mainly use it to help my family when needed, but I would love to add my numerous Linux devices in the system. The first thing I would like would be an Android app with the address book.

Mac Wilson, User (Posts: 4)

Apr 05, 2019 11:12:09 pm EDT

Richard lilley wrote:

Hi,

. It's only that we decided based on our user feedback that Viewer will be the first to go.

That is surprising to me, does anyone from the community have a comment on this?

Thanks

Yes very strange.  No interest in the Mac viewer whatsoever but host absolutely required.

ThomasP, User (Posts: 14)

Apr 08, 2019 1:52:56 am EDT

Richard lilley wrote:

Hi,

. It's only that we decided based on our user feedback that Viewer will be the first to go.

That is surprising to me, does anyone from the community have a comment on this?

Thanks

Hello,

For my part, we waiting since 3 - 4 years the Mac host...

Regards,
Thomas

Nijel Terry, User (Posts: 21)

May 06, 2019 3:39:16 am EDT

If Remote Utilities had Mac & Linux support it would be the best remote program. Period. IMO.
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