The 64-bit .deb package downloaded from v.mozilla.com installs a script called VidyoDesktop into /usr/bin. That script checks /etc/issue for the string "Debian DNU/Linux 6" and if it finds that string it tries to launch a binary file called VidyoDesktop-deb6. VidyoDesktop-deb6 is not installed as part of the .deb package so launching fails. Attempting to launch the VidyoDesktop binary also fails for me. So the main issue is this: VidyoDesktop-deb6 should be installed with the .deb package But a secondary issue is this: Why is this specific to Debian 6? What about Debian 5 and Debian 7?
CAS-34178 opened with Vidyo.
Note from Vidyo below. Are you able to upgrade to 7? Vidyo Support added a the following case CAS-34178-B8WH9L: *WEB* Guillermo, We currently only support Debian 7 on VidyoDesktop. If you believe another version of Debian needs to be supported and tested, please submit a feature request with your Vidyo SE. Thank you,
Assignee: nobody → ghuerta
(In reply to Guillermo Huerta [:guillermo] from comment #2) > Note from Vidyo below. Are you able to upgrade to 7? > > Vidyo Support added a the following case CAS-34178-B8WH9L: > > *WEB* > > Guillermo, > > We currently only support Debian 7 on VidyoDesktop. If you believe another > version of Debian needs to be supported and tested, please submit a feature > request with your Vidyo SE. I am running Debian 7. When I try to run the script /usr/bin/VidyoDesktop I get a message saying "QPainter::begin: Widget painting can only begin as a result of paintEvent" When I took a look at that script and saw the Debian 6 specific stuff I figured that I might be able to get the Debian specific binary to work on my machine. If Vidyo is saying that Debian 7 should be supported out-of-the-box, then let's figure out why I'm not seeing evidence that it's working on my machine.
Updating the ticket to work with Vidyo on why it isn't working on Debian 7.
I should note that I was able to get this working by installing a bunch of QT libraries (I don't remember exactly what I installed)
Product: Audio/Visual Infrastructure → Infrastructure & Operations
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