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Old 09-20-2013, 06:37 AM   #1
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Setup 32 bits environment within 64 bits install


Hi Genious,

I am trying to configure webex tool under Linux(Centos and RHEL). I found that they have recomanded that we should Setup 32 bits environment within 64 bits install and they have given steps also on below link

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http://ttux.net/post/webex-linux-how-to/ 
But when I am going through same I didnot found /etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist on centos as well as on RHEL.

Can anybody suggest me on this. How can I get it worked.
 
Old 09-20-2013, 08:58 AM   #2
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Hi Genious,
I am trying to configure webex tool under Linux(Centos and RHEL). I found that they have recomanded that we should Setup 32 bits environment within 64 bits install and they have given steps also on below link

http://ttux.net/post/webex-linux-how-to/

But when I am going through same I didnot found /etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist on centos as well as on RHEL. Can anybody suggest me on this. How can I get it worked.
First, those instructions are old. Second, WebEx is a commercial product with complete instructions on their website. Third, the packages you're referencing in that old web link are probably already installed.

You don't say where you downloaded this 'webex' tool you mention, how you're trying to install it, or what version/distro of Linux you're using, so without details, there's not much we can help with. Contact the people who produce webex for assistance with their commercial product.
 
Old 09-25-2013, 01:59 AM   #3
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You don't say where you downloaded this 'webex' tool you mention, how you're trying to install it, or what version/distro of Linux you're using, so without details, there's not much we can help with. Contact the people who produce webex for assistance with their commercial product.
I know that it is a commertial product. I am using Webex for our organisation which I just joined. We have to setup webex on RHEL6.4 and CentOS6.4. As per my knowledge my collgues already contacted people who produce webex but they were unsuccessful.

Could you please provide webex download & installation on RHEL6 and CentOS6.4


Thanks,
Yogesh
 
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I know that it is a commertial product. I am using Webex for our organisation which I just joined. We have to setup webex on RHEL6.4 and CentOS6.4. As per my knowledge my collgues already contacted people who produce webex but they were unsuccessful.

Could you please provide webex download & installation on RHEL6 and CentOS6.4
No, you can go look it up yourself, thanks. The Webex website isn't hard to find, nor is their technical-support phone number on that website. Again, you have to PAY FOR this product...when you pay, you get support, and can ask questions. So, call and ask how to do what you'd like.
 
  


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