Back in January in his annual Devolutions Roadmap 2020, our CEO David highlighted our goal of launching the first official version of Remote Desktop Manager for Linux in the fall of this year. Well, despite what has been an extremely volatile and unpredictable year due to the pandemic, I am proud to announce that we are on target: Remote Desktop Manager for Linux is now available! You can find it here (click the Linux penguin icon from the available platforms).

Before we look at some of the features and functions, I would like to extend our appreciation to all of the users who requested an early preview of Remote Desktop Manager for Linux. You provided our Development Team with invaluable feedback. There is no way that we would have achieved this milestone without your input and advice — thank you!

Now, let’s turn our attention to what you can look forward to in Remote Desktop Manager for Linux 2020.3:

Supported Data Sources

  • Devolutions Online Database
  • Devolutions Online Drive
  • Devolutions Server
  • Dropbox
  • MariaDB
  • Microsoft SQL Azure
  • Microsoft SQL Server
  • MySQL
  • SQLite
  • XML

Supported Session Types

  • Apple Remote Desktop
  • Microsoft Remote Desktop
  • SSH Shell
  • VNC
  • Wayk Client
  • Web Browser

Additional Supported Features

  • Quick Connect
  • Embedded/Undocked Session
  • Most Folder, Information, Credential, and Document Entries
  • Connection Import/Export
  • Data Source Import/Export
  • Thumbnails View/Live View

Need Help?

If you have questions or need guidance, please visit the Remote Desktop Manager for Linux section of our forum:

Our Development Team is very active on the forum and you can expect a quick response (and don’t be surprised if you hear from our CEO David; he loves our forum — I think it’s his favorite place in the online world). You can also connect with our support team by emailing: ticket@devolutions.net.

A Final Word

We have rigorously tested Remote Desktop Manager for Linux, and have determined that it is worthy of being shared with the most important people in our lives: YOU, our amazing community of IT pros. However, we do ask that you keep in mind that Remote Desktop Manager for Linux is not as mature as our versions for Windows, Mac, Android, and iOS — simply because those versions have been around for several years. Rest assured that our Development Team is constantly working to make improvements and fixes. Your support, input, and understanding are all greatly appreciated.