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Running the following command solved my problem: sudo apt-get install libappindicator1


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You can get the version number of the repo package using apt-cache policy skype For my 14.04.2 setup, this returns: skype: Installed: (none) Candidate: 4.3.0.37-0ubuntu0.12.04.1 Version table: 4.3.0.37-0ubuntu0.12.04.1 0 500 http://archive.canonical.com/ubuntu/ trusty/partner amd64 Packages So the version in the Trusty repos is ...


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supposing you are using firefox on laptop/desktop edit / preference / Application tab look for JPEG/... and select Use [...] Eye of gnome/mate sorry, I have no test image-link to try if it's ok


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Just wanted to report that after upgrading to Kubuntu 15.04, and KDE 5, switching between bluetooth profiles works fine.


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Doing this from my phone but you could try hangouts. It works as a chrome app on your desktop and works exactly like Skype. I also heard Skype is coming in the form of a web app soon. I'll post the links when I get back to my desktop.


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If it helps, Try installing Skype Windows application on your system using Wine sudo apt-get install wine After Wine is installed, you can install Skype on it.


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To correct the unmet dependencies and install them, use the command which it gives: sudo apt-get -f install Then it should allow you to use Skype and to install other software. Or if you have decided that you don't want Skype then just run: sudo apt-get purge skype And that should remove Skype and the error.


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Open skype's Options window, select the Advanced tab and enter your desired port number into the number field on the right. You should just take care that the new port is not already used by any other application and that you chose a number greater than 1023, as those are reserved.


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This is a generic but very rough way to get a working user session when something unknown in the $HOME folder has been corrupted. Consider this as a last resort if nothing else helps. Execute this series of commands: cd /home sudo mv "$USER" "$USER".bak sudo mkdir "$USER" cd sudo chown "$USER": . cp -rT /etc/skel/ . Log out and log in again Copy ...


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I've found sollution that helps me install sudo apt-get install sni-qt sni-qt:i386 and just restart skype


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Skype provides no such customizations. You can control something like brightness on your monitor or via software. I would suggest trying any of these 3rd party applications to control the overall brightness of the screen. It has an affect on Skype's illumination like any other application: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:jonls/redshift-ppa sudo apt-get ...


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I tried this on ubuntu 14.04, Open terminal CTRL+ALT+T Type "Sudo apt-get install skype" it may update some files good luck


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Try to reinstall skype by using these instructions. I recommend you this because i also installed skype on my computer using this method, and it's working fine on mine Ubuntu 14.04.


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Another easy solution based on another answer on this question: sudo apt-get install libnotify-bin then go to skype options -> notification settings and find the event you want to edit (for example, online contact notification) and click advanced view. Next, check "Display built-in system pop-up notification" You can do this with other events as well.



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