posted this on August 12, 2013 10:27
Fuze for Linux is supported on the following OS's (64-bit only):
Other 64 bit visions of Linux should should work but you'll need to rely on our user community for help and support.
You might consider changing "Fuze for Linux is supported on the following OS's:" on 64 bit versions only!
I'm using Ubuntu 13.10 64-bit and your apt repository doesn't have a branch that matches. It'd be great if you could release this version so that I could participate in company meetings using Video. FYI, Since the support here is less than comprehensive (I understand your resource constraints) we've been moving more and more of our internal meetings over to Google Hangouts.
"Can you make a linux 32-bit binary available for fuzebox ? Hard to believe, but there are a few people who are still on 32-bit linux systems, particularly in the scientific community. We use fuzebox for scientific webinars and a 32-bit binary would be immensely helpful.
We are using CentOS/RHEL versions 5 and 6 with a few fedora and ubuntu machines mixed in."
So I seems not to work in Kubuntu 13.10 or OpenSuse 13.1. If you switched to the Open Build Server, packages would automatically be generated for 8 different linux distros in both architectures. https://build.opensuse.org/
Oh, I see. :(
What about the web client … just entering the meeting number in the browser for JOIN MEETING with Debian OS?
Up to December 2013, with Ubuntu 10.x it crashes repeatedly with screen sharing and VoIP audio does not work. Is Fuzebox ready for Linux distributions?
If yes, can someone say which one really works for audio via VoIP and screen sharing, please?
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