This is a continuation of my series of notes on my install of Ubuntu 15.04 on my laptop. The full list of posts is on this page. Previously, in the last post, I installed utilities and tweaked the configuration. In this post, I setup various networking and Internet-related programs.
Some of my co-workers have been using the Zoom Conferencing Service. Unfortunately, they haven’t had a Linux client. That means that I’ve had to start a Windows virtual machine for each meeting. If I want to share anything on my desktop, I’ve got to get it on my VM.
Well, today, I was given access to the Linux beta client. It took several emails. Apparently, I’m not the only one wanting a conferencing solution for Linux.
I followed the directions from Zoom Support.
Here are my notes…