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        30 comments  ·  Feature requests » ManicTime Desktop  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

        Linux version (still tracker only) now works on Ubuntu, Mint, CentOS, RedHat, Debian and Arch Linux.

        ManicTime Server also works on Linux, so while still not ideal, you can run ManicTime Server (for UI) and Linux tracker both on Linux.

        Tadas commented  · 

        So I failed to make an ARM docker image myself. Also, it is actually arm32 architecture. The app probably need recompiling.

        Would be great if you would make it!

        Tadas commented  · 

        Hey,

        I attempted to run the docker version of the server on a raspberry pi-like device and it failed. Because raspberries are arm64 architecture, not amd64.

        It should not be too difficult, so can you make an arm64 docker image? Some guide on docker multi-arch: https://lobradov.github.io/Building-docker-multiarch-images/

        Since there is a linux tarball I will probably make one myself, but it would be still nice to have an official one.

        Tadas commented  · 

        Developers, you can use the "openSUSE Build Service" to provide packages for various distributions and architectures.

        https://build.opensuse.org - main page
        https://en.opensuse.org/Portal:Build_Service - WIKI

        Thanks

        Tadas commented  · 

        Hi,

        Please compile for Redhat/Centos too! The current .deb file works only under Debian/Ubuntu.

        Thank you

        Tadas commented  · 

        Port manictime to Qt, will be able to run on loads of platforms!

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