I am trying openSUSE, and coming from Fedora. I just installed 13.1 today, and the issue I am having is that I have downloaded the google talk plugin and I cant seem to get it to work in Chrome-Stable, Chromium, or FireFox. I have always used it to make called from Gmail.
Any suggestions on how to troubleshoot this, or a solution?
assuming you mean the google hangouts plugin as google talk is no longer around.
How did you install it?
Probably the easiest way to install would be using Firefox - go to the google hangouts download page and select the correct distribution.
For you that would be either the 32bit or 64bit openSUSE/Fedora .rpm
This should load up a 1 click install and add the google hangouts repository.
google hangouts just works for me in both Firefox and Chromium.
Nothing special required to get it going.
Sorry for the delayed response. I downloaded the hangouts plugin .rpm from their site. And Hangouts chat works fine on both Gnome and KDE, but I use the plugin to make Google Voice calls from gmail. This is different than the extension in the chrome store.
FYI: Upon installing openSUSE Gnome, the hangouts plugin works fine. So It might me a KDE issue. I may try to slum it and install another KDE distro like Fedora or Kubuntu:shame: to see if the issue is present there.