Windows users have what feels like a never-ending list of remote support software options available. That’s great, but it does make me wonder about the state of remote Linux support software.
In this article, I’ll share what options are available for Linux users for remote support and additional work-a-rounds for remote Linux support.
Proprietary Remote Linux Support of days past
Having remote support for Linux work with one release, then completely stopping Linux support with the next application release is a frustrating experience. Sometime ago, we watched this happen with Splashtop. What’s even lazier on their part, is that they can’t be bothered to remove the obsolete Linux packages. (Read the rest)