Anything in the works to support both PC and LINUX systems using Multiplicity 3.x?
This. I want this very badly. I paid 30 bucks only to switch operating systems . . . cross platform support would be AMAZING
Let me add a +1 to this thread.
Windows 10 is a dismal operating system on many levels, so I am starting to dance with Linux as an alternative for browsing & email. Sure would be nice to have Linux compatibility with Multiplicity. I think MSFT's Win10 strategy may be the catalyst which finally drives Linux on to the mainstream desktop. Vendors like Stardock jumping in will help that along.
Windows is a mess with every update.
I'm interested in seeing Multiplicity on Linux, too!
I would also add my voice to supporting a Linux port of Multiplicity. Many folks run Linux based servers and NAS(s). It doesn't make sense to purchase this software if you still have to have a separate kb/mouse on your desk.
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Yes, Linux support would be fantastic.
Windows 10 is a dismal operating system on many levels,
just adding a +1 on this one. most of the alternatives have this, for the same price.
as i work with windows and linux, this is a critical missing feature for me (from my stand, i don't care about Macs)
+1 to linux support!
at the end of win7 in 2020 will be moving to linux
need multiplicity ported to linux asap
if not will be moving to synegy
+1. Linux support would be great. (Using Multiplicity on both, Windows and Linux hosts the same time)
Another +1 from me. I would really appreciate the ability to add Linux based systems (RPi/Android) to my KVM network.
Another + 1!
My 30-days trial for Fences expired today. I was not very pleased with Fences' limitations, but I got a discount and decided to buy it anyway. During the check out process I was offered the option to upgrade to Starock's Object Desktop bundle, which includes Multiplicity KM. The only additional software I would have been interested in the Object Desktop bundle (besides Fences) would have been Multiplicity. However, upon finding that Multiplicity only works with Windows and not Linux, I decided to just buy Fences alone. Would Multiplicity had worked with Linux, I would have bought the Object Desktop bundle.
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