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Currently I'm using Arch Linux. I'm more used to Linux now, but for communication, I still have some problems:

  • My main software which I use on Windows is Skype and TeamViewer to share screen / voice chat to do pair programming with my friends.

  • is too simple and it doesn't help much with only chat.

Is there any good way to deal with this problem?

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  1. Teamviewer is available for Linux:
  2. So is Skype:
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Is it available on 64bit system ? The last time I checked, they still used lib32 – nXqd Aug 15 '11 at 10:17
It should still run under 64-bit.… and… – BloodPhilia Aug 15 '11 at 10:19
yup, with lib32. Thanks I will try it – nXqd Aug 15 '11 at 11:05

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