Install BeeBEEP (Secure Lan Messenger) On ubuntu 15.04

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BeeBEEP is an open source, peer to peer, lan messenger developed by Marco Mastroddi. You can talk and share files with all the people inside your local area network such of an office, home or internet cafe. You don't need a server, just download, unzip and start it. Simple, fast and secure.

BeeBEEP Features

Free: BeeBEEP is free and always will be.
Multiple OS: there are releases for Windows, MacOSX, Linux, OS/2 and eComStation.
Easy to use: BeeBEEP is a serverless application. Download, unzip and start.
Secure: encryption based on Rjandell Algorithm (AES).
Instant Messaging: chat with all people connected, group or single user.
Groups: create your favorite group of people.
P2P: send or share your files and folders (also by drag and drop).
Offline messages: messages will be delivered to offline users when they will be online.
Message History: all messages can be saved.

Preparing your system

You need to install the required librairies using the following command

sudo apt-get install libxcb-screensaver0

Now you need to download the latest version for linux from here

wget http://downloads.sourceforge.net/project/beebeep/Linux/beebeep-2.0.3-amd64.tar.gz

Unzip the downloaded application

tar -zxvf beebeep-2.0.3-amd64.tar.gz

Now you need to Add execution permission

cd beebeep-2.0.3-amd64/

sudo chmod +x beebeep

You can Launch the application by double clicking on beebeep or by running the following command in a terminal

./beebeep

When the application is launched, right click on it in the taskbar and select Lock to Launcher this will help you to easy access to BeeBEEP application.

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3 thoughts on “Install BeeBEEP (Secure Lan Messenger) On ubuntu 15.04

  1. I am trying to install beebeep on kubuntu ‘trusty’ in crouton (so chroot) and I am getting a dependency issue with libQt5PrintSupport:

    ./beebeep: error while loading shared libraries: libQt5PrintSupport.so.5: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

    is it possible that it’s a Qt5 problem? can’t find much on a search and nothing specific to BeeBeep

  2. Hi, I confronted an issue with the error message below, would you please help?

    ./beebeep: error while loading shared libraries: libdns_sd.so.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

    Thanks and best regards,
    Ranbow

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