It's not that I don't like Denver International Airport, but one can have too much of a good thing. ;> In short, I'm researching software that would allow me to teach remotely. I've found GoToMeeting.com, which is great: easy and reasonably priced. You just create a meeting, it gives you the call-in number and URL, and you just mail that to the people attending the meeting. I've just used it a few times but I really like it so far.
However, while it supports Windows and Mac clients, it doesn't support Linux clients.
So I'm asking for recommendations. Have you used a screen-sharing software that supports Linux clients, for meetings, training, or other group-based events? Did you like it enough to recommend it? Do you want to recommend that I not use a particular application?