Have Probe install for Customers to be installed on a Linux operating system. This will allow for more diverse deployment, less overhead for monitoring, and added flexibility.
With a more diverse workstation environment having the ability to deploy Connect2Help for MAC and Linux OS would be very helpful.
Hi, I shocked me to discover that I couldn't create or copy existing monitoring checks from a Linux server like you can from Windows Servers. I understand the Linux monitoring, tasks and automation aren't quite as advanced as the Windows options, but I expected the Monitoring Template Options to be on par between Windows and Linux. I can't quite get my head round whys its not available. RMM can do already do the checks, ...more »
We use Linux (Ubuntu) as client OS and we need to use MSP Connect to get control of customers machines.
So we need a MSP Connect Viewer for Linux.
Already exists the version for OSX and ANDROID that are freebsd / linux based systems, so it should not be complex to make a viewer for Linux.
Please make this available
It would be nice to see a device class for linux servers and workstations
Currently there is no option to backup MariaDB servers with version 10.x or higher. Since MariaDB is very well known and often used it's a must have on linux servers for our customers.
Now that PowerShell is open source and supported on Linux/Mac OS X, it would be nice to have this integrated to the Mac agent so we can re-purpose some of our existing scrips/use script manager to create new scripts that also target these platforms.
Need a check for MAX Backup for Linux since MAX Backup do work for Linux
If the Linux agent starts and internet access isn't available yet, the agent just exits. It should continue running and retry at regular intervals like the Windows and Mac agents do.
It would be really useful for us if a backup check could be made for the agent running on Linux.
Currently the Monthly Report for Linux Machines has no graphical Display of the Drivespace Checks - which are already active.
Could you Implement these into the Reports as they are for windows Machines?
The Linux versions supported by MAX RMM Linux agents are woefully out of date as can be seen in the roughly formatted table below. Please keep MAX RMM Linux agents up to date with current versions of long term releases as a minimum. Version Current EOL CentOS 5 CentOS 7 CentOS 6 CentOS 7 Fedora 17 Fedora 23 2013-07-30 Fedora 18 Fedora 23 2014-01-14 RHEL 5 RHEL 7 2014-01-31 RHEL 6 RHEL 7 OpenSUSE 12.2 ...more »