|Platform||Intel/AMD x86||ARMv7 hard-float|
||Linux RPM||Intel/AMD x86||ARMv7 hard-float|
||Linux DEB||Intel/AMD x86||ARMv7 hard-float|
||Linux tar.gz||Intel/AMD x86||ARMv7 hard-float|
All clients as a ZIP file
This file contains additional clients for thin clients such as Fujitsu Futro, Wyse, HP, Thinstation and IGEL. Please note that you can't use the system without a server.
Here you can find older versions of the ThinLinc client available for download.
Here you can download experimental versions of the ThinLinc Client. Issues that exist in the stable version might be fixed, but since this version of ThinLinc is not yet finished, you should expect other problems and issues.
Please note that these builds are for testing purposes only.
Please fill out the form to download the latest complete version of the ThinLinc server in a ZIP file. It allows you to get your Linux Remote Desktop working and test all the ThinLinc functionalities for up to 10 concurrent users. By sharing information about your use case in the form, you help make ThinLinc even better.
ThinLinc in a Docker container is a community project and not offically supported by Cendio. Normally you would need a proper server or vm to test out ThinLinc. With ThinLinc in a Docker, you can set up a ThinLinc Demo Server in under 5 minutes on any Linux, Windows, or Intel-Mac Computer. The ThinLinc in a Docker Demo was built in collaboration with the open-source specialists of OETIKER+PARTNER AG from Switzerland.