Viber @ Debian 9 error with Internet connection

  11/02/2018

For all of you facing the magnificent error after installing Viber on Linux debian stretch saying No Internet connection, there are many ways to sort it out but the easiest i found is:

Since libssl1.0.0 is not available from stretch repo’s, download it manually from this link

Install it with dpkg -i and enjoy.

If you want, you can copy existing and add repositories from Debian 8 to have this package available but it may be an overkill for this purpose. Read here:

How to convince dpkg that libssl1.0.2 is >= libssl1.0.0?

I am trying to install a 3rd party .deb package that I have installed before on Debian 8. But I cannot install on a fresh Debian 9 setup because I get the following error: dpkg: dependency problems

unix.stackexchange.com

Until Viber fix dependencies (which may never happen) this is the only working solution i found out there.


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