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accepted Skype on 13.10 32 bit, mic not working
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comment Skype on 13.10 32 bit, mic not working
Not quite correct, but close enough that I got it working! Thankyou! Here is what I did: I ran pavucontrol and mine had another tab between Output and Input called Recording. Skype would show up there ONLY AFTER THE TEST CALL HAD CONNECTED. It turned out that skype was configured to use a random mic port instead of my webcam. I switched it to my webcam, and the-rest-is-history.
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comment After apt-get upgrade system always boot to low-graphics mode
can you post the output of dmesg as well? (I ask because it says to check the systems kernel log, and I believe dmesg covers that)
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comment Skype on 13.10 32 bit, mic not working
thanks for trying!
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comment Skype on 13.10 32 bit, mic not working
I don't have any other options other than Pulseaudio server (local)
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comment I can not install Google Chrome
As the first commenter has implied, there doesn't seem to be an actual attempt to install google-chrome. It's not clear if NeoTM just doesn't know how to install stuff with apt, or some other issue. And the external edits to the question have simply aggravated the situation. Now you know why I modded it down.. yw
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comment Chrome below the normal size
you asked about Chrome, I gave you an answer about chrome! If that wasn't what you were looking for, then this is a bad question. If you want everything zoomed in, then maybe just lower your resolution. That's the point of a lower resolution... If you just want all your fonts to be larger, try setting the DPI to a different setting. If you just want your icons to be larger, set them larger in the appropriate setting. If you want just icons AND fonts to be larger, do both. Otherwise, you'll have to ask a clearer question. Good luck!
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comment Can Wine and its programs be set to use Ubuntu file manager instead of Wine Explorer?
fwiw, I believe the window in question is called the file chooser. I couldn't find anything though
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answered Ubuntu killing processes when no more RAM is available
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comment What is the maximum virtual memory available on Ubuntu (32 and 64 bit)
RAM and virtual memory are the same subject, since they are accessed the same way by an application.
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comment How to disable touchpad right-click in Xubuntu?
it might be the middle click menu
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answered Chrome below the normal size
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comment Installing 'wine' triggers a kernel panic, what can I do about this?
Can you post the text of the error before the kernel panic?
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