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?
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.