A headless server setup would really make inkcut a must have for any cutter. Something like octoprint for 3d printers or WebControl for the Maslow CNC. I'm sure there are more examples, those are just two off the top of my head. Thoughts?
Hello. I am a new Inkcut user and I am excited.
As octoprint user I wanted a similar solution for Inkcut.
My solution: As a server, Raspberry Pi OS with desktop installed on a Raspberry and forward X over ssh enabled.
So I can open Inkcut from the Raspberry on a Mac or Windows. This is like Remote Desktop on application level.
You have now a Headless Server with nativ a application. For file exchange I use SMB-Shares.
If google "forward X over ssh" you will find a lot of instructions how to do.