Eventhough i did
rm -rf ~/.Skype
skype is not worked properly for me in 11.04........
pls help me....
I have something weird here.
Like a noob, i tried installing skype numerous ways, non of them worked. Today i notice there is skype on Ubuntu software centre, when i try install i get this error message:
The following packages have unmet dependencies:
skype: Depends: skype-bin but it is not going to be installed
How can i install skype ? what do i need to do?
Im a noob. sorry. D:
Skype has launched Skype Connect 1.0 - previously available in beta as Skype for SIP - a service that enables a business' IP PBX or unified comms systems to make and receive calls via Skype.
Except this last Skype, https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B615bolUUtVBMmlPem1DWHlwMmM/edit?pli=1
There is no other Skype working in Ubuntu.
I installed downloaded skype from official website "Ubuntu 12.04 (multiarch)" and installed it.
After upgrading to Fedora 20, my Skype audio was very poor. This solution from the now-archived F-20 Development Forum worked for me:
sudo nano /usr/share/applications/skype.desktop
Change the line that reads Exec=skype %U to the following:
Exec=env PULSE_LATENCY_MSEC=30 skype %U
Save the file.
After struggling of hard efforts, I am failed to install the skype in ubuntu 12.10 and 64 bit machine.
Every time, it is showing the error
Please help me to install the skype.
Thanks in advance to all
I performed two F18 installations on the same hardware (I had to resintall for some reasons) in a week's span. Neither installation had any problems with anything except one program - skype.
In the first installation, skype worked very well. No problems whatsoever. However, in my installation today, I just am not able to get skype to work.