Wednesday, September 01, 2010

Google voice and video RPM packages now available

Following up on my earlier post, we've now released a new version of Google voice and video for Linux that includes both Debian and RPM packages. As usual, it can be downloaded from; upon visiting this page, you'll be given the option of which package you want to download.

This new version also includes fixes for some top crash issues seen since release. If you've already installed the plugin, you'll be notified through the typical package update mechanism that a new version is available.

Also a quick followup regarding some of the PulseAudio questions: while PulseAudio is supported, it's not required. If PulseAudio is not detected, the plugin will fall back and use ALSA.

Lastly, we're also working on resolving the issues reported with upside-down ASUS cameras and a debug.log file appearing for a few users. If you encounter other issues, please report them in the Google Voice and Video Help Forum.

1 comment:

JanS said...

Great job :).

We were all waiting very very long for this, and happily this last step - creation of the RPM - which similarly was indicated as "soon", was soon.

Do you have an idea when this package will wander to the repositories? For eg. YUM google.repo described here
or other repositories described here:
For now I see only these packages from google in your YUM repository:

Thanks guys!