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Know this is a bit of an old question but, if you want to keep your logs in sync across both windows and linux, you can also accomplish this pretty easily if you use dropbox or a similar file sharing tool. On your windows box: You can follow this tutorial: http://lifehacker.com/5496652/how-to-use-symlinks-in-windows and make a symlink with your Skype ...


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Skype relies on 32 bit libGL.so.1.On a 32-bit OS it will work without any problems.This problem is seen for those who uses the 64-bit Operating System.As I said before, skype relies on 32-bit libGL.so.1.But it first finds the 64 bit libGL.so.1 file and tries to use it for the rendering, which results in the above error : wrong ELF class. What to do is listed ...


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Download Skype for Linux in http://www.skype.com/en/download-skype/skype-for-linux/, choose multiarch, install the deb version (Using sudo dpkg -i skypefile.deb) and after it push it all by using sudo apt-get -f install . It will install the necessaries programs. If you failed with multiarch, you can choose the 32 bit and do the same, it will install 32 ...


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Download the 12.04 multiarch version from here then you can both double click on it or execute from the Download folder sudo dpkg -i skype-ubuntu... you can just type skype then press tab


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I didn't find how to do this directly in Skype, but I could do this with a third-party GUI software: v4l2ucp (which you can install with this link). It is a control panel for v4l which normally handles Logitech webcams (my HD Pro C920 was supported out of the box). Here is what it looks like: At the very bottom you have a Zoom, Absolute cursor that will ...


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for those who tried all the above but are still struggling (like I was)! The problem might only be the server you use for your ubuntu update (it was in my case). The server I was using did not had the right definition of libqtwebkit4:i386 To solve that: -> open system settings -> software & Updates -> Ubuntu Software tab -> download from (other and ...


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I was having this problem running binaries compiled with g++ under a 64bit ubuntu 14.04 installation. I installed g++-multilib and everything runs fine now sudo apt-get install g++-multilib


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So it works! I do not know how or why but after restarting my computer it works again. I'm guessing it might have something to do with this post. http://community.skype.com/t5/Linux/Camera-does-not-work-with-Skype-on-Ubuntu-14-04/td-p/3162718 As I did not restart my computer after doing all the steps in the post before posting this question, I can not be ...


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Based on the error message: missing cdrom://Ubuntu 15.04 Vivid Vervet - Release amd64 (20150422) vivid/main amd64 Packages missing cdrom://Ubuntu 15.04 Vivid Vervet - Release amd64 (20150422) vivid/restricted amd64 Packages missing cdrom://Ubuntu 15.04 Vivid Vervet - Release amd64 (20150422) vivid/main i386 Packages missing cdrom://Ubuntu 15.04 Vivid Vervet ...


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Possibly you need to comment (using #) or remove a few lines at the top of the file /etc/apt/sources.list. I'm talking about lines which start with deb cdrom:


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Enable the Ubuntu Partner repository in your /etc/apt/sources.list sudo nano /etc/apt/sources.list and uncomment the line deb http://archive.canonical.com/ubuntu trusty partner Remove skype sudo apt-get remove skype Then install skype again sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install --reinstall skype


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Skype is a Qt program, and needs to be configured separately. You cannot change the DPI setting for it, but at least you can change font size. Install qt4 and run qtconfig-qt4 to do it. Source: archwiki


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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 ...


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It probably isn't the software that is making it 'staticky', it will most likely be a hardware problem. Specifically, it could be either the microphone itself, or microphone input port on your computer. Also, sometimes having the microphone volume too high can cause some form of static and feedback. Try using the microphone on another computer, and if the ...


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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 ...


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Instead of messing with all that, create a file called local.conf in the subdirectory /etc/ld.so.conf.d In /etc/ld.so.conf.d/local.conf, add the following line: /usr/lib32 Now sudo ldconfig In Later versions of Ubuntu the /etc/ld.so.conf.d file contains /etc/ld.so.conf.d/*.conf. If this didn't work, ensure that line is added.


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Just download version for 12.04, it works great on all ubuntu relieses. Also, don't forget sni-qt, for skype indicator to work properly: sudo apt-get install sni-qt:i386 After that restart computer, and you're good to go :)



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