These release notes describe the WebEx 1.1 system requirements. The availability of some features depends on your account type and settings.
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WebEx will support any Linux distribution as long as it meets the following minimum requirements:
This section contains known issues and limitations that affect WebEx.
Internet Explorer 6 is only partially supported
Some content in the WebEx site may not render correctly and some functionality may not work properly when using Internet Explorer 6. It is highly recommended that you use one of the fully supported browsers listed in (Desktop)
Chat not available in Internet Explorer 7
Users who sign in to their WebEx site using Internet Explorer 7 will not be able to sign in to Chat, and their presence will remain offline.
Animations and transition support for presentations.
Animations and transitions are not supported when sharing Microsoft PowerPoint or Apple Keynote presentations
WebEx Productivity Tools are not available for Mac users.
USB headset support
Users using a USB headset to connect to audio using the computer may experience problems.
Webcam video available in view-only mode
Users starting or joining a meeting on Linux are not able to share their webcam video; they are only able to see the current speaker video, if it is being shared.
Video file sharing support
Users starting or joining a meeting on Linux are not able to share video files using real-time video file sharing and are not able to view video files shared by others using this streaming mechanism.
WebEx Productivity Tools are not available for Linux users.
Invite by email
Users starting a meeting as hosts on Linux are not able to invite users by email using the Invite & Remind dialog box. Integration with a local email application is not available.
The WebEx Java application for Linux is available only in English.
Local recording is not available on Linux.