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I work from home for a call center and the software we use is based on java and is called Five9 or CVV agent. It only works with Windows and Mac but not Linux. I called the tech support and they told me its not compatible with Linux. I am determined that there has to be a way for I dont like to use windows that much. I tried using wine and also other java plugins like icetea but still cant get it to open. Let me know if you have any other ideals. thanks.

  • tried with virtual box or vmware? – Ron Aug 16 '15 at 5:48
  • When you tried it in Wine, did you install Java in wine as well beforehand? – Wilf Aug 16 '15 at 9:37
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You will have to use Oracle Java for Linux in order to make Five9 work. Free open-source alternative Java will not work (including IcedTea). There is a process described generally here: https://linux4one.com/how-to-install-java-on-linux-mint-19/ I can get it to work in PSTN and Gateway mode, but I have yet to figure out how to get the Softphone mode to work. But I'm still working on it. By the way, I think you mean VCC. Not CVV. Hope this helps you SYNQ up through Linux ;-)

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