Update: Fuze now has a beta version available for Linux! As of now, we have focused our testing on CentOS 6.3, Ubuntu 10.x and 12.x, however, other 64 bit visions of Linux should also work. You can find the Fuze for Linux by navigating to: http://fuzemeeting.com/fuze from your Linux workstation.
In addition to our new app, most common versions of Linux with support for Adobe Flash 10.1 or higher should work with Fuze. Using a flash browser, Linux users can join meetings and view shared content. Currently, Linux users can not host meetings, use screen share, VoIP or Video as these features require a native application.
If you find any crashes, Core Dumps would be very helpful. For CentOS, instructions are:
Open a terminal (Applications->System Tools->Terminal in CentOS)
Change to the directory that contains the linux client, e.g. : cd ~/Desktop/LinuxClient/
Enable crash dumps: ulimit -c unlimited
Start the client: ./StartFuzeBox.sh
Upon crashing, a big core dump file should be generated in the same folder as the client.
Locate locate and compress the core file in a file browser, then send it to us.