swordfish wrote:I've already tried to work on the file /usr/share/applications/skype.desktop like this:[Desktop Entry]Name=SkypeComment=Skype Internet TelephonyExec=PULSE_LATENCY_MSEC=30 skype %UIcon=skype.pngTerminal=falseType=ApplicationEncoding=UTF-8Categories=Network;Application;MimeType=x-scheme-handler/skype;X-KDE-Protocols=skypeBut that doesn't work - it just makes the skype butto
Can some one help me to bridge between empathy and skype? I followed every post from here and google. But it's not working. There is no option for skype in gnome-account.
I have installed pidgin-skype and telepathy-haze. Also I am using skype 4.2. I revert back from 4.3 to 4.2. Linux skype is a crap. I want to use skype using other messenger UI. I also tried wine but no luck.
Ok. So my question is little different. Actually, I successfully removed all skype names from Skype folder. But I made an instance of skype (let's called it second instance) using sudo /Applications/Skype.app/Contents/MacOS/Skype . And logged in there.
Now my question is though I deleted skype names, I can see the skype names of second instance when I again start it.
I'm using Ubuntu 12.04 LTS on my machine since long. I installed "Skype 4.2 for Linux". It was working fine till yesterday night. But today when I tried to log-in to skype I'm not able to do it. An error message "Skype can't connect." is displaying when I press Sign in button after filling the Skype Name and Password. I'm damn sure about the Skype Name and Password I'm entering are correct.