I wonder how to install and use Skype in Ubuntu (12.04) on ARM architecture (my Toshiba AC100, which originally ran Android).
I suppose there must be Skype builds for Linux on ARM: for Android, and for Maemo/Meego/Tizen.
Where can one get these builds and how to adapt them for a usual GNU/Linux system like Ubuntu?
(But, generally, I believe that we must be able to solve our problems ourselves rather than depend on the publishers of non-free software. It wouldn't be such an ugly situation if the question was about free software: we could try to adpat it for ARM and build ourselves.
Also, the Skype communication protocol is not open, posing more problems for our freedom and security.
But this question merely asks for instructions for those who need Skype working on their ARM computers, without the concerns about freedom and considerations of other VoIP protocols and software.)