I am loving the new preview, and I am looking forward to testing out new versions as they come out. I currently operate a dual boot Ubuntu/Windows 10 desktop with a Kraken X52 in a H500i case. When I update the lighting using the current CAM in Windows it does keep the same scheme when I switch to Ubuntu albeit I cannot update it while I am in Ubuntu. Fan control via the smart device is also none existent and when I use the adaptive mode it turns one of the case fans off when I switch over. Looking through the install you are using C#/.NET dlls. With the emergence of .NET Core cross platform would it be possible to incorporate a Linux version or at least Linux driver/API into this so Linux users would have the ability to change things?
Alessio Pellegrini commented
I would like to assemble a PC and use the NZXT H210i case, but first I would like to make sure I can use NZXT CAM directly from Ubuntu, or I would like to know if there are alternative software to use with Ubuntu 20.04 LTS.
Can you please give me some indication?
I'm using Linux with NZXT H700i with Smart Device v1 (fan controller), and this has gotten it to work for me.
PLEAAAASE I'm ready to give a blowjob. :(
Kristopher Michener commented
Please windows isn't even stable
As'hat Uzbekov commented
I would like to add that even Steam become more cross-platform.
I ready even to send donations if there is someone who can do a good job for good people :)
I have bought 2 cases. Both are using for 3d modeling and rendering (RTX) running on Linux.
Benjamin Herrenschmidt commented
There's liquidctl & graken, mostly based on reverse engineering and a bit wet behind the ears... What would be nice would be if NXZT had the "core" CAM fan control as a separate module running as a service, split from the GUI, and open source so it could be ported by the community.
it should be on Linux already!!!
While I would love this .NET Core doesn't have a good cross-platform GUI lib, doing this would mean they would have to make one or do a lot of editing of the ones out there
Excellent! Let me know if I can be of assistance in any way!
AdminTeam CAM (Product Team, CAM ) commented
Thanks for the great suggestion - We're definitely interested in bringing CAM to as many platforms as possible once we have it full-featured and stable on Windows.