New answers tagged skype
I know about this problem. And as usual, the culprit is widely deemed to be nouveau, the GPL NVidia driver. @Vesnog, may I guess that your friend has a GeForce card built into his PC? That would explain a lot. :) Ah, and since you're on Ubuntu, the following line might cure the "problem" as well ;-) $ sudo apt-get remove light-locker This thing is really ...
Hello please use below commands to make it, I have just installed the skype in my system. first download skype from below link: http://download.skype.com/linux/skype-debian_18.104.22.168-1_i386.deb Then add i386 architecture on your system using below command and update the packages as well: sudo dpkg --add-architecture i386 sudo apt-get update Then ...
Its because of some library dependency, and whenever you face this issue you will need to use the same command and it will be surely solved. Same will be happen with the TeamViewer. In short whenever the dependency issue occur with sudo dpkg -i package.deb Just use below command to install all the dependencies forcefully :::))) sudo apt-get -f install
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