Linux (Ubuntu) support

Linux (Ubuntu) support

Postby pavi58 » Thu Oct 20, 2011 12:48 pm

Hi,

If you try the recent version of Ubuntu, you will see a real nice interface and a "next generation" OS: faster startup and shutdown, less process and memory use, less power consumption. Applications are as easy to install as with Windows ; hardware is automatically detected (wifi, printers, bluetooth, ...)... amazing !

Some users also consider that such Microsoft-Apple-Google-Facebook big companies are not safe for respect and privacy; they are always searching for an alternative.

So, Why not selling a "Sticky Password" Linux version, which also could be an option for Windows users with an extra cost ?

I can now see other good products on Linux (LastPass) present on this market (but not so good as SP)...
perhaps is it a good idea taking a decision before it's too late ;+)
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Re: Linux (Ubuntu) support

Postby petr.pinkas » Fri Oct 21, 2011 8:51 am

Hi pavi58,

we know about the importance of Linux version, thanks for letting us know, however there are more platforms, which we need to support first as Android, Mac OS etc., so we have this in our plans, but not in short term ones.

Thanks for understanding.
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Re: Linux (Ubuntu) support

Postby jimm1909 » Tue Apr 03, 2012 12:49 am

petr.pinkas wrote:Hi pavi58,

we know about the importance of Linux version, thanks for letting us know, however there are more platforms, which we need to support first as Android, Mac OS etc., so we have this in our plans, but not in short term ones.

Thanks for understanding.


Do you know an estimate of when it might be incorporated?

Thanks,

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Re: Linux (Ubuntu) support

Postby ondrej.novak » Tue Apr 03, 2012 1:50 pm

Hi Jim,

we suppose that the Android version should be available this year, Mac version a little bit later. But we have no estimation for Linux support even in our long term plans.

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Linux Ubuntu support

Postby Olivio » Sat May 05, 2012 7:58 am

Why don't you guys implement a linux port of the engine and the editor?
I also wanted to know how I can get the source code so I could try to implement it myself...
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Re: Linux (Ubuntu) support

Postby petr.pinkas » Wed May 09, 2012 2:44 pm

The Linux platform is not so demanded, but after introducing other platforms, we will try to implement it.
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Re: Linux (Ubuntu) support

Postby directory » Tue Jan 15, 2013 2:11 pm

Petr.pinkas , you posted this about a year ago, is it out yet? I mean,the versions for android? I am dying to know more about this? Can you let me know? I am new here and I am a huge android addict. Help me out here!


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Re: Linux (Ubuntu) support

Postby petr.pinkas » Wed Jan 16, 2013 8:47 am

Hello, Android version is under construction now, we have some pre alpha alpha build and the Beta version will be ready soon for testing. Would you like to test it? If so, let us know at support@stickypassword.com
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Re: Linux (Ubuntu) support

Postby vainyksi » Mon Mar 16, 2015 1:27 pm

Hello,
how is it with linux version now? :)
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Re: Linux (Ubuntu) support

Postby ondrej.novak » Wed Mar 18, 2015 12:52 pm

Hello,

unfortunately Linux version isn´t still in our nearest plans. We introduced Sticky Password for Mac a few months ago and our developers are currently working on improvements for supported platforms.

Thank you for understanding.

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Re: Linux (Ubuntu) support

Postby brandon.nixon@gmail.com » Tue Jul 14, 2015 3:31 pm

You guys really ought to get to grips...Linux is getting more& more popular and has a great deal going for it. I use ( and pay for) Avira, across all my platforms, including Chrome OS. Come on now, time to bring StickyP into the fold , you should prioritise, this is 2015!
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Re: Linux (Ubuntu) support

Postby corbintech » Mon Oct 12, 2015 2:21 pm

brandon.nixon@gmail.com wrote:You guys really ought to get to grips...Linux is getting more& more popular and has a great deal going for it. I use ( and pay for) Avira, across all my platforms, including Chrome OS. Come on now, time to bring StickyP into the fold , you should prioritise, this is 2015!


I agree with this.

I bought this software about two years ago because I thought that someday the support for the platforms I need will be here. Well, it has not happened. And here I am with a Chromebook and Linux and have no other option because LP was bought by a company I don't trust. So, I can fragment my experience because that is my only choice. I thought that since LP was so popular that other companies would be trying to play catch up and this would be good for the consumer, nope, they all decided to fall behind and grab a niche of people and just remain happy with the profits of that niche. This is not exclusive to Sticky Password either, they have all done this and to be honest since I am forced to leave LP, the password manager ecosystem is rather abysmal. Sure, Sticky Password works great and so do others within their respective niche, but that is all it is, just companies catering to a niche.

Is it 2015?
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Re: Linux (Ubuntu) support

Postby mirumu » Tue Jan 05, 2016 11:44 pm

Just to add to what others have said, the lack of Linux support is a deal breaker for me personally. Sticky Password looks great, but I wouldn't consider switching to it without at least Linux browser plugin support. I'm not saying this as some Linux activist either, I use a Mac primarily, but you're marketing to security conscious users who are more likely to be familiar with Linux.

You may not see much call for it, but I have to wonder how many look at your web page, see Linux isn't supported and move on without leaving a comment?
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Re: Linux (Ubuntu) support

Postby jwalters23 » Sun Jan 31, 2016 7:17 pm

I agree that there should be support for Linux and Chromebook. I guess since sticky Password won't provide what the customers are asking for it must be time to start looking at other products. One thing that surprises me Is the fact that customers are not asking for support for unknown operating systems, but rather for two of the most popular operating systems in the world.Linux is one of, if not the most, popular server operating system in the world and Chromebooks are overtaking our education system as the primary device educators use. Again, maybe it's time to look elsewhere if we do not get the features and support we need. We need password protection now, not in a year or two!
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Re: Linux (Ubuntu) support

Postby KeHo » Thu Mar 10, 2016 5:50 am

Just bumping this to keep it on the radar. I understand priorities but hope more of these posts will raise the Linux priority a wee bit.
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Re: Linux (Ubuntu) support

Postby merlino1968 » Fri Apr 29, 2016 1:15 pm

Hello,

switched from Windows 10 to Kubuntu 14.04 LTS and waiting for linux support of Sticky Password!
Is there an actual plan of adding linux support?

thanks...
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Re: Linux (Ubuntu) support

Postby ondrej.novak » Mon May 02, 2016 2:31 pm

Hello,

unfortunately Linux version isn´t still in our nearest plans.

Thank you for understanding.

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Re: Linux (Ubuntu) support

Postby thetomb » Mon May 30, 2016 6:31 am

Will Sticky Password work in Linux as an extension to Google Chrome or Firefox browsers?
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Re: Linux (Ubuntu) support

Postby ondrej.novak » Wed Jun 01, 2016 9:56 am

Hi,

the extension in browser requires local app to be installed on your computer. It´s not possible to use just the extension. There are some options how to use our Android app in Google Chrome on Linux because Google Chrome has a possibility to run Android apps under some conditions. But it worked only on some versions of Linux when we tested it.

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Re: Linux (Ubuntu) support

Postby Maverick » Sun Jul 03, 2016 1:07 am

I would also like to request a Linux version of Sticky Password.

Please consider that there are many people like myself and several of my friends that are still using Windows 7 and will NOT be upgrading to Windows 10. We're going to switch to Linux. I'm sure we're not the only ones.

I'm very happy with Sticky Password and would hate to have to stop using it. Please reconsider.

Thank you.
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