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need help and coroporation About Open Source Web Conferencing System Backtalk

hi All peopel
im loooking for help from someone who could help me to install this Backtalk Open Source Web Conferencing System
you can download it from http://www.unixpapa.com/backtalk/
so plz anyone know how install it into my website help me or email me so we cna discuse and corporate
Ksar@Menara.ma
 

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