MeshCentral is an open source web based remote computer management web site. The last 2 weeks have been packed with an average of more than two releases a day. This rapid rate has been necessary in order to support the online feedback from everyone installing MeshCentral and giving it a try.
This week, Bryan Roe really shined has he installed more Linux distributions on a Virtual Machines than I have ever seen before. Bryan is testing the MeshAgent on as many Linux variants as he can get his hands on. The remote desktop feature is especially difficult to implement correctly on different Linux distros. We now got the remote desktop working on Windows, MacOS, Ubuntu, PepperMint, Zoran, SUSE, Linaro, Fedora, CentOS and Raspbian. A very impressive task. More debugging is being done on all these operating systems, but it’s looking good so far, screenshots below.
In addition this week:
This is just some of the updates made this week. Thanks to everyone that sent bug reports and feedback. Keeping up with them as quickly as possible, please keep sending them in.
MeshCentral support a wide array of operating systems. The remote desktop
feature is the most difficult to get right across operating systems.
You can now shift-click a device to open it in a new browser tab.
Click a device “interfaces” link and the “Last agent address” to get an idea of the location of this device.
The IP address must not be a private LAN address.
New NeDB encryption and IP address filtering now added
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