As a sort of take on the must-have apps in Linux, what applications have you NOT been able to find in Linux.
I’ll start. I work in IT and manage many different applications, infrastructure, etc. I am currently using M-RemoteNG. This app let’s me create short-cuts, if you will, to external applications, like Skype for Business, and different types of connections like http(s) to applications, and rdp, ssh, vnc, et al to network devices / servers. In the end, this tool let’s me create connections to everything I need to perform my job, including bookmarks to vendors for support, vendor documentation, team create documentation, everything. This configuration can be shared across a team.
I’ve also used Devolutions’ Remote Desktop Manager, which basically does the same thing, but is much more feature rich.
The only draw-back? Both are windows only applications.
I’ve love to find something like this for Linux.
The only other tool I have not been able to find in Linux is a copy of Garmin’s BaseCamp GPS route/track creation tool. I’m an avid motorcyclist and I lead group rides through interesting places in my part of the world. Within this circle, I’m known as “The Cartographer”.
EVERYTHING else, I’ve been able to find a suitable replacement.
What application or tool are missing in Linux?