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Old 06-13-2012, 11:02 AM   #1
Silverdale
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using ubuntu. the flash version of paltalk express is awful. any suggestions?


Enjoy the chat program for years but was very tired of windows and all the bugs not to mention the costs of it. A friend gave me a quick 101 on ubuntu. and am hook on linux because its AWESOME! Only problem is with Paltalk. They say paltalk express is for linux users. However, it truly isn't. Any sugestions other than walking away from a really good chat program like paltalk or is there another out there? that is truly linux freindly? that is to say, if I know peops who have windows they can use the program too? (without crashing?) thanks
Was wondering if I should switch to a different linux whatchamacallit.
grins thanks again.
 
Old 06-18-2012, 08:51 AM   #2
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Hey Silverdale,

Paltalk Product Manager here and fellow Ubuntu user -- Sorry we don't fully support Linux. Have you tried using WINE or setting Paltalk up in a Virtual Machine? I've seen both of those solutions work for Linux users.
 
  


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