I'm sure that you can't speak to it, but just to throw it out there is there anyone else that would like to be able to have the ability to use a linux os to run the technicians console?
I support windows pc's but use linux as my os. Currently when I need to administer incoming support sessions I have to run a vm of windows and then administer through there. It's doable (I've been doing it for over a year), but being able to run the console natively we would be so much more convienent.
This would entail having a extension for firefox, or chrome. That supports a linux host system.
Maybe this will come along after/if they do this for the mac people, but I would guess (and it's just a guess) that more technicians use linux then macs.
Unfortunately I'm not a programer, so I don't know what's involved with writing in that compatibility.
yes I am a technician working on windows machines with LMI rescue and would love to use it on Ubuntu OS (Linux)
I use VMware player in unity mode but this is slower.
A vote from me for LMI Rescue for linux / ubuntu.