Le mardi 31 août 2010 à 14:19 +0200, Carlos E. R. a écrit :
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On 2010-08-31 11:15, C wrote:
On Tue, Aug 31, 2010 at 10:52, Andreas Jaeger wrote:
As it is, the majority of openSUSE users are stuck if they want to use Google Talk. They cannot install the DEB file.. alien fails to build an installable RPM, and we can't (for reasons stated) provide a build in non-free. So.. what do we do? Say suck it up and use something else? Say too bad, go use Ubuntu? Say, RTFM and point them at the RPM man page? (Serious questions by the way... more and more I'm seeing 3rd parties who _used_ to build openSUSE RPMs aren't bothering anymore... they just make the Ubuntu DEBs.)
And some provide an rpm built by alien from a deb, and don't even test to see if it works - and doesn't.
Maybe Google will provide an RPM at some point...who knows...
I'm hoping for it. But they are taking their time :-(
It is available from Google website now.
Of course, you can use Empathy which supports audio and video calls with Google Talk for almost a year now and is full Free Software.