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Skype for Ubuntu is unfortunately outdated. It does not receive any more updates and has certain broken parts. Here's a list of additional software you could use to accomplish the task at hand --> 1) Guacamole 2) appear.in 3) Chrome Remote Desktop The other option is to use remote desktop over VNC. Its simple and does not require the installation of ...
Installing the following GTK2 rendering engines can help: sudo apt install gtk2-engines-murrine:i386 gtk2-engines-pixbuf:i386
Skype is already installed, I believe what you actually want is a desktop entry for it, so here's a quick introduction for how to create one: Create a new file in ~/.local/share/applications to make it only available to your user, or /usr/share/applications to make it available to all users. Name it skype.desktop. Now edit the file, and place in it the ...
As first it is already installed this is what your machine is telling you, simply run: skype & From a terminal: after you have seen that this is there go back and fix your /etc/apt/sources.list by sudo nano /etc/apt/sources.list There fnd the lines you added with the wrong path with cannical in it and remove them, after that simply undo the # in ...
Skype has not released a voice calling app for Ubuntu phones, or for the ARM architecture, so there is no way to perform video calls with Skype on that device at the moment. I'd suggest asking Skype to provide an app for Ubuntu phones and tablets.
Requirements Skype is available via the Partner repositories in Ubuntu 16.04 - so please check if you have them enabled in the first step. To enable the partner repositories you have to launch Software & Updater, navigate to the Other software tab and activate Canonical Partners there. Install Skype If you have the partner repositories enabled you ...
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