As a Linux enthusiast, I feel frustrated every time this great OS is ignored by the Developers of otherwise valuable software tools. But it has happened once again with 1Password: you offer apps for the most popular commercial platforms. Not for any of the several popular Linux distributions on the web. I see that I'm not the first one to raise the issue on this forum. And yet, years after they did so, no Linux app has been even announced, not to say added to the list. I find it puzzling...
I have used Red Hat Enterprise Linux since a decade now on my work laptop. And I have used Ubuntu Linux on my home desktop for even longer. Linux is a mature, robust OS used by millions of consumers around the world. Its open source license has never kept authoritative Companies like Red Hat and others to make money on it. So what?
Red Hat Enterprise Linux is one of the few secure OS platforms approved and deployed at the Company where I work for its employees' workstations. Our management recently encouraged us to adopt 1Password on all our devices. But missing an app for my Linux workstation is stopping me from doing so.
Please, do you have any plans to fill this gap? If so, what is your schedule?
Thank you in advance and best regards.
1Password Version: Not Provided
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OS Version: Red Hat Enterprise Linux Workstation 7.6
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