Running BlueJeans app on Ubuntu 16.04.4 LTS

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So we have installed BlueJeans app in Ubuntu 16.04.4 LTS, using "alien package converter", specifically this command:

sudo alien -i -c bluejeans-1.34.28.x86_64.rpm

Installation appears to be successful, and the app launches upon clicking "START MY MEETING".

However, the app only shows a blue window with "Louie's Meeting" in the centre. At the bottom it says "By continuing, I confirm that I have read and I understand the TERMS OF SERVICE and PRIVACY POLICY. But there's no other button or clickable text to continue further.

We have clicked both "TERMS OF SERVICE" and "PRIVACY POLICY", scrolled to the bottom and accepted the terms. Re-launched the app, nothing changed, still the same window.

Is this expected? How to continue to start a meeting in the app?
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Posted 10 months ago

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Hello Louie,

We do support Linux platforms, here are the ones we support:

  • Linux on Red Hat v7 and above and Fedora v22 and above.
Lee - BlueJeans Support