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This article is about getting the original viber software to work in openSUSE. Please note that the viber software is not Free and Open Source and that at the time of this writing (29 January 2018) the application is offered for 64-bit platforms only.
Viber

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Viber

Download for openSUSE:

Vendor: Viber Media Sarl

License: http://www.viber.com/eula
Web: http://viber.com/products/linux/


About

Viber for Linux lets you send free messages and make free calls to other Viber users on any device and network, in any country! Viber syncs your contacts and messages with your mobile device.


Features

  • Text, photo and sticker messages
  • Group conversations
  • Call any Viber user for free
  • Full sync between your mobile and your Linux computer
  • Transfer ongoing calls between your mobile and your desktop
  • Requires Viber installation on phone with real phone number

Generic Installation Method

Download rpm package from https://www.viber.com/products/linux/ and execute :

 zypper install <PATH_TO_RPM>
Known issue

During installation you might get "nothing provides libcrypto.so.10()(64bit)" ( found on Leap 42.{2,3} ) you can select to break this dependency and Viber will normally work after installation. But do it on your own risk , there was no testing which proves that it does not break you encryption


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