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I am using Mandriva 2006 with guarddog firewall. I have installed skype. The instant chat works fine, but when I try to use the telophony the person I am speaking to can hear me, but their voice breaks up my end. Any suggestions about what I can do?
It is an good machine AMD K2 500, 300 odd of ram and a pipex broadband 1mg connection.
Thanks for the replies. I will give the echo123 a bash (in my friend's windows version this is built in). I was using KDE 3.4, given my processor is only 500 I presume that could be having an impact, I will try with fluxbox/ice.
I do have another problem with skype and that is I have downloaded the latest version and whilst it has installed I cannot find it in my internet menu. It was there previously when I installed the version that came with 2006. I did uninstall this to install the latest version becasue the RPM would not install whilst the original was installed. I run it now via run applications. Any ideas where I am going wrong.
No I have not had problems with my sound card, however since installing 2006 the time between sending a file to be printed and it printing has increased dramatically: a page of text can take about 1.5.- 2 minutes before it prints.
Distribution: Mandriva mostly, vector 5.1, tried many.Suse gone from HD because bad Novell/Zinblows agreement
if you have an epson (or printer compatible with gimprint + cups) and feel courageous you can look at my post on gutenprint
I have no idea why there should be latency. Switch printer off. then
tail -f /var/log/messages or syslos
tail -f /var/log/cups (or whatever it is called, cups_error, printer.log
then start pritner, wait 2 min
then try to print. You might find out