Tag Info

Hot answers tagged

3

Select Options and check the "Start Skype minimised in the system tray" option.


3

Start by opening the Software & Updates application, and tabbing to "Other Software". Enable the "Canonical Partners" check boxes. Close the application. It will give you a message about packages being out of date. Select "Reload". Open synaptic and search for skype after the reload is finished. Mark for installation, and apply changes.


3

While I can't provide a solution to fully quit Skype & Spotify from the dock, I can show you how to fully quite them both. Once you close the window, as you've seen, the program minimizes to the top bar. From there, you can quit them both. Spotify: Skype: If you have no Skype icon, run this command: sudo apt-get install sni-qt:i386 and then ...


2

You can just install the main program (skype) without the other packages. The other packages are plugins for other chat applications (Pidgin and Empathy, in this case) to use Skype. If you don't use Pidgin or Empathy, you won't gain anything by installing pidgin-* or empathy-*.


1

Googled up a respective Launchpad bug: "shuffled keys in keyboard buffer". People replace iBus with SCIM: sudo apt-get remove ibus && sudo apt-get install scim. I am personally cautious, as ubuntu-desktop depends on ibus.


1

This appears to be by design: If you don't see a picture you were sent, but instead see a link, don't worry; this is only temporary. As part of Skype's move to a cloud-based architecture, pictures sent via chat are now uploaded to the cloud. All of our Skype clients are currently moving to this new cloud-based architecture, and once we ...


1

This is due to the Ubuntu client already having logs saved to your disk. If you want to manually view the logs, then open your file browser to the home directory, then press Ctrl+H to show hidden folders. You should now see a folder named .Skype. From there, navigate to .Skype/<username>/chatsync. Now, you can manually clear the folder or whatever you ...


1

If you are experiencing the same problem as described here, follow the instructions given in the System hangs for a short while (few seconds) section. In summary: Open your favorite text editor and copy the following codes in to it and save skype.c #define _GNU_SOURCE 1 #include <dlfcn.h> #include <pthread.h> #include <stdio.h> #include ...



Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible