Re: Zoom- best practice?
On 6/5/20 9:56 AM, der.hans wrote:
For me, with Firefox, I had to install a package. It seemed to work ok,
two party meeting. That was a month ago.
Am 05. Jun, 2020 schwätzte Peter Ehlert so:
Family is using Zoom, International.
They will use Zoom, and I need to participate.
I use Debian Mate Stable, and Firefox ESR
I am concerned about security, duh!
Looking for ideas.
my current thoughts, in order of preference:
1. Use a separate Debian alongside my daily driver, and use Only for
the Zoom meetings
2. Sandbox? (but how can I do that?)
3. Use a different browser
Does zoom work just in the browser without installing software?
A few days ago was the second time I used it. I could not get sound.
Meeting with 4 connections.
I have to use it in a couple places for work. In my experience, it
installing software on both debian and Ubuntu. zoom does provide a
with insufficient depends.
using the Phone for voice connection failed.
From the Zoom website I grabbed the .deb package and installed it on my
disposable system. It seemed to work, and I did not have to give an email.
I could not instigate a meeting with that app.
I have not asked another to schedule one for me.
It also demands a package for android.
4. What Me Worry? ... just update and flow with it