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This looks a lot like your file system mounted read-only prior to a drive failure... So please stop using the computer, shut it down completely and: Buy a new hard drive bigger then your current hard drive. Insert it in your computer (If a laptop, buy an external USB HDD in the step above) Boot an Ubuntu LiveDVD and choose Try Ubuntu Press Ctrl+Alt+T to ...
Skype has some issues today, wait some time and check later again. http://heartbeat.skype.com/2015/09/skype_presence_issues.html In the meantime you can use skype web service as a workaround. Open web.skype.com in your browser and log in to skype service. Updated information from Skype : "We have identified the network issue which prevented ...
What have I done wrong? Nothing. Skype is not maintained by Ubuntu or even anyone in the Linux community. Skype is currently owned by Microsoft and they do not care about other operating systems than their own unless someone pays them to care. Microsoft bought Skype 10th of May 2011, that is probably when it stopped getting new versions and the ...
To return icons I have just killed 'indicator-application-service' and icons network, bluetooth and skype appear again. I use xfce on amd64. killall indicator-application-service You may also try to install sni-qt package: sudo apt-get install sni-qt:i386
gksu gvim /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base.conf Then comment out the line: # options snd-usb-audio index=-2 sudo alsa force-reload After doing this the yeti microphone shows up in Audacity and Skype.
skype --secondary & is a bit ore convenient way to start it in terminal. In this case you will be able to close the terminal window easily ::)
On my Ubuntu 14.04 with the default unity dock, the Skype application is a big blue icon in the list. Right clicking it gives me a popup menu with three main windows listed, one named after the current chat, one for File Transfers, and one for " - Skype". Click that last one seems to activate the main contacts window. If it is then offscreen, you may need ...
try downloading the libqt4-webkit package and install it using dpkg; It worked for me. http://packages.ubuntu.com/search?keywords=libqt4-webkit After that fix any missing dependencies with apt-get install -f Cheers.
As per Having trouble signing in? Retirement of older versions of Skype (01-08-2014): From today, users with Skype for Linux version 4.2 and older will not be able to sign in to Skype. The error messages user will see during sign in may include “Can’t Connect to Skype” or ”Can’t login on Skype”. To continue using Skype, please update to the latest ...
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