VIBER FOR LINUX

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Re: VIBER FOR LINUX

Post#16 by Amou » 07 Apr 2014, 04:34

@ francois

Thanks for your recommendation. as far as I remember the whole files of viber sits into: /usr/share/viber
I really love to stay loyal to my beloved porteus, If you remember I stayed long time for tuxguitar and did not try ubuntu :)
I'd rather being here than going for crunchbang or etc.

@ freestyle

I did not get your point, how can we involve contents of that website into viber tread. Please advise.

@ slaxmax:

I knew it. Is it possible for you to guide me using viber over wine? (newbie level please :pardon: )
Teach me a lesson, I would be really grateful.

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Re: VIBER FOR LINUX

Post#17 by freestyler » 07 Apr 2014, 05:44

Just pointing out some alternatives
https://www.porteus-apps.org

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Re: VIBER FOR LINUX

Post#18 by Slaxmax » 07 Apr 2014, 07:30

@Amou

1 - Donwload wine and all dependencies

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root@porteus:/home/guest# usm -g wine
go to /tmp/usm and install all wine packages

2 - Download Viber for windows (I make this module)
http://www.mediafire.com/download/t59ev ... 3-I486.xzm

I don't have smartphone for test (need for validate viber)
Please feedback if works
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Re: VIBER FOR LINUX

Post#19 by wread » 14 Apr 2014, 19:07

If they don't open the source, then it could contain spyware; they don't even show it for 64 bit either. And most linux boxes are as of today bubuntus......
Fool me! I had it once -a couple of months only- in my smartphone :x
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