First, get an account on their website (fuze.com).
Install dependencies which the RPM install will miss.
zypper install gconf2 gconf2-branding-openSUSE zypper install libjpeg62*
Get the RedHat RPM here:
http://yum.fuzebox.com/yum/el/6/release/x86_64/ I used ' fuzelinuxclient-1.0.12.el6_x86_64.el6.rpm '
Install with zypper install ’ fuzelinuxclient-1.0.12.el6_x86_64.el6.rpm ’
Tell zypper to ignore the warning about 'gconf2' (we installed it above)
Now create links to the files which fuze needs:
ln -s /usr/lib64/libssl.so /usr/lib64/libssl.so.10 ln -s /usr/lib64/libcrypto.so /usr/lib64/libcrypto.so.10
Now create links to the files which fuze refuses to find in its own directory, even if you add it to your PATH:
Fuze wants these files in “/usr/lib64/” and will look nowhere else.
soft-link ALL so files in /usr/lib/fuzebox to /usr/lib64/
start it by running in a terminal:
Log in via the prompts (which you set up before the install, above).
The first time you start a meeting, it may crash on setting up audio. Restarting will resume the meeting, and bring up the audio-settings box. I have not tried to use the built-in audio, preferring to use another voice-conference app.
It crashed again on “share screen”, but on reboot, shared the screen fine and didn’t crash again.
Good Luck, and feel free to correct any obtuse methods and suggest more suitable fixes.