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I tried to install Viber on Arch Linux in order to see if it got any better than it was 5-6 years ago. Mmm, no, it got A LOT worse than before! There was only one package available - from AUR. But the program didn't wanna run because it was trying to compile an xkb config file which is plain text and isn't meant to be compiled AT ALL! Then I downloaded • a Crapindows 10 exe setup which returned a ton of errors and refused even to install. • a deb package • an rpm package None of these worked. I unpacked the deb and the rpm packages manually and ran ./Viber but it kept crying about the same bullshit - that it can't compile xkb_symbols us-phonetic (WTF?!). The only installer that somewhat worked was the 32-bit installer for Crapindows 8. But ofcourse it had other problems: I was unable to move the sliders for sound volume and some moron had decided that they had to be at 100% volume. Which means that if someone decided to call me on Viber, it would have the sound volume of a New