I have Skype 126.96.36.199 Beta, but as I see it's not stable, it has quite a lot of bugs. I'm working on remote and I need stable Skype, is there any solution?
As of September 2017, there is only Beta release of Skype for Linux 64 bit
The point to be noted is that apart from the Bright screen promise on the Skype website they have made zero efforts to release a stable version. It has been in Beta for ages.
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After prolonged searches and I have somehow landed on this skype.com page where you can get the 32 Bit official Skype (Although V 4.3 it works great)
Offical 64-bit Skype can be found here on skype.com
I guess they are updating the site now...
Microsoft owns Skype now, and they say you must have the latest version for it to work properly, as of July 2017, although some people claim older versions are still working.
They offer the .deb for Debian based Linux distros, such as Ubuntu, and the .rpm version for Red Hat based distros.
You can get the latest stable packaes here:
Unfortunately since Microsoft has taken over Skype, and dumped the 4.3 version which worked fine, nothing has been the same. As long as you're using the latest download, which I believe that you are, you'll have to live with the bugs.
They do have new "preview" version of Skype... which I'm sure is even less stable... see https://go.skype.com/skypeforlinux-64-preview.deb