Are Linux browser clients only able to talk with other Linux clients but not Windows or Mac?
If so, what is the reason? ETA for cross platform support with Linux?
Linux browsers with the Blue Jeans plugin can join a Blue Jeans call with all types of various endpoints that we support.
Blue Jeans now supports the following flavors of Linux:
- Ubuntu 12.04 LTS and above
- Red Hat 6 and above
- Fedora 12 and above
About the Blue Jeans App
The new Blue Jeans app features the same UI and feature set as the current Blue Jeans plug-in. Other than running as a stand-alone application, the in-meeting experience remains the same.First-Time Experience: When a Chrome user clicks a Blue Jeans meeting link or otherwise starts or joins a meeting, they will be given the option to download and install the Blue Jeans app.Once Installed: Subsequently, the Blue Jeans app will launch automatically for Blue Jeans meetings. Like other applications, an icon appears in the Doc (Mac) or Toolbar (Windows) whenever the Blue Jeans app is running.
- I joined the test meeting room at bluejeans.com/111
- I selected "browser" for the connection method
- The website detected that I was on Linux and offered me a browser plugin (packaged in a .deb) to download
- I downloaded and installed the browser plugin
- The plugin connected to the room, and everything "just worked."
./bluejeans: error while loading shared libraries: libnotify.so.4: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
The library libnotify.so.4 does not appear to exist on Redhat 6 anymore. Should we migrate to Redhat 7?