ThinLinc is a remote desktop server for Linux that facilitates remote access to applications and desktops from any device. ThinLinc provides many users with remote graphical access to a central Linux environment.
Are you an end-user who wants access to your organization’s ThinLinc system?
Are you an administrator who wants to provide users with a remote graphical Linux environment?
All documentation surrounding ThinLinc is available on the Documentation page. If you need assistance with ThinLinc, our support channels are listed on the Support page. We are also active participants in the ThinLinc community. In addition to participating in discussions and helping our users out, we regularly post tutorials and how-to guides for various ThinLinc-related topics under the Knowledge Base category.
Below are a few Knowledge Base articles we would like to highlight for new users:
ThinLinc in a Docker container
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.