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Old 05-04-2014, 07:52 AM   #1
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How do I install a program skype On debian testing (jessie)


Hello everyone,How do I install a program skype On debian testing (jessie).Thank you for all

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Old 05-04-2014, 08:08 AM   #2
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Hi, you might find this page helpful/informative:

https://wiki.debian.org/skype

And here is where you get Skype (if you choose not to use an open-source solution after reading the page above):

http://www.skype.com/en/download-sky...-for-computer/

But keep in mind you are using Debian "testing" so it might be broken, or break at some future date. Skype developers are probably not wasting a lot of time on Debian Jessie until it becomes "stable."
 
Old 05-04-2014, 08:30 AM   #3
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1. You download it from the skype website choosing the correct distribution. In our case it's Debian 7.0 multiarch. If you are running a 64bit system you will need the multiarch-support package installed since there is no 64bit version of skype for linux.
2. When you download the deb package just give this command:
Code:
sudo dpkg -i <name of skype package>
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Old 05-04-2014, 10:24 AM   #4
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1. You download it from the skype website choosing the correct distribution. In our case it's Debian 7.0 multiarch. If you are running a 64bit system you will need the multiarch-support package installed since there is no 64bit version of skype for linux.
2. When you download the deb package just give this command:
Code:
sudo dpkg -i <name of skype package>
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I running on 64bit.how can i install
 
Old 05-04-2014, 10:58 AM   #5
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I running on 64bit.how can i install
As I said, you will need the multiarch-support package installed since there is no 64bit version of skype for linux.

Code:
sudo apt-get install multiarch-support
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Old 10-26-2014, 01:52 PM   #6
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Bonjour, au forum!

Pour compléter l'installation d'une webcam réussi!
Logitech C250, Quikcam pro 4000 avec pc débian jessie, sid, 8 en 32bits...
carte asus, processeur intel core2

installer le skype ver 4.3..
installer alsa de chez debian jessie!
installer pulseaudio de chez ubuntu aussi...
la dernière version est un +...

et il faut à tout pris aussi installer le paquet:
pavucontrol de chez debian
pavucontrol_2.0-2_i386.deb
skype-debian_4.3.0.37-1_i386.deb
brancher la webcam à l'entrée usb

verifier que en ligne de commande terminal:

$ alsamixer
se lance,

la fenêtre apparait, touche F4 -> Capture, puis touche F6 -> chois de la webcam -> usb-046d..etc..
validez, le curseur apparait avec " mic "

alsamixer permet de verifier la présence de la webcam et la connexion sur l'usb...

sortir -> touche echap

verifier que en ligne de commande terminal:

$ pavucontrol
se lance

la fenêtre apparait, avec les onglets:
lecture, enregistrement, périphérique de sortie, périphérique d' entrée, configuration!
ici verifier que le micro fonctionne de la webcam sur l'onglet: périphérique d' entrée!!!
je répète,
verifier que le micro fonctionne de la webcam sur l'onglet: périphérique d' entrée
le curseur doit varié sur votre discours..
quitter le terminal, fermer...

ceci permet de vérifier que le module PulseAudio fonctionne avec la Webcam au micro!!


démarrer le Skype en cliquant sur son logo au bureau!
ouvrir un compte etc!

maintenant on va tester le micro avec Skype!

cliquez sur l'onglet skype -> option ->
une fenetre apparait:
clic -> vidéo
la vidéo est en action, la référence de webcam est reconnue...
clic -> son
Pulseaudio est sélectionné 3 fois.

clic en bas sur le bouton " ouvrir la fenetre de volume de PulseAudio "
une fenetre de controle de volume " pavucontrol " apparait, mais celle-ci en partant de Skype et non du terminal qui est fermé!
clic -> enregistrement
elle presque vide en son contenu...
clic -> périphérique d'entrée -> webcam le curseur à 75% environ

on a maintenant sur notre bureau 3 fenêtres ouvertes de Skype!
A, celle de notre pseudo skype,
B, celle de l'Option,
C, celle du controle de volume PulseAudio, onglet " ENREGISTREMENT "


Tester un appel!

en A, fenêtre de pseudo, garder le réglage automatique de skype, clic -> lancer un appel

en C, fenetre PulseAudio -> onglet enregistrement -> à la fin de la jolie voix d'acceuil environ 10 secondes,
apparait le curseur et un bouton en haut à droite -> sélectionner rapidement votre Webcam parmi les choix proposés!
la connexion s'établit!!!
l'opération est assez rapide, c'est la durée de l'enregistrement soit 10 secondes.
à fin de l'écoute, le contenu de l'onglet " enregistrement " disparait...

C'EST DANS CETTE FENÊTRE QUE CE CONFIGURE LA WEBCAM AU SKYPE

cela marche très bien, vidéo et audio parfait..








Hi, in the forum!

To complete the installation of a successful webcam!
Logitech C250, Quikcam pro pc 4000 with jessie Debian sid, 8 32bit ...
asus, intel processor core2

install skype ver 4.3 ..
debian install alsa home jessie!
ubuntu install pulseaudio home also ...
the latest version is a + ...

and must at all costs also install the package:
pavucontrol home debian
pavucontrol_2.0-2_i386.deb
skype-debian_4.3.0.37-1_i386.deb
connect the webcam to the USB input

check that the terminal command line:

$ alsamixer
launches,

window appears, F4 -> Capture and F6 -> NIOHC webcam -> usb-046d..etc ..
Enter, the cursor appears with "mic"

alsamixer allows to check the presence of the camera and the USB connection on the ...

out -> esc

check that the terminal command line:

$ pavucontrol
launches

window appears, with tabs:
reading, recording, output device, input device, configuration!
here verify that the webcam microphone works on the tab: input device !!!
I repeat,
check that the microphone is on the webcam tab: input device
the cursor has changed about your speech ..
leave the terminal, close ...

This ensures that the module works with PulseAudio Webcam micro !!


start Skype by clicking on the logo at the office!
open an account etc!

Now we will test the microphone with Skype!

click the Skype tab -> option ->
a window appears:
* click -> Video
Video is in action, the reference webcam is recognized ...
click -> its
Pulseaudio is selected three times.

click down on the "open window PulseAudio volume" button
a window of volume control 'pavucontrol "appears, but it starting from Skype, not the terminal is closed!
click -> Record
it almost empty its contents ...
click -> input devices -> webcam cursor to about 75%

was now on our office windows open 3 Skype!
A nickname that our skype
B, that of the Option,
C, the PulseAudio volume control tab "RECORD"


Testing a call!

A, pseudo window, keep the automatic adjustment of Skype, click -> appeal

C, window PulseAudio -> Recording tab -> at the end of the pretty voice Home about 10 seconds,
the cursor appears and a button at the top right -> quickly select your Webcam from the choices available!
the connection is !!!
the operation is fast enough, this is the duration of the recording is 10 seconds.
at the end of listening, the content of the "registration" tab disappears ...

IS THAT IN THIS WINDOW TO CONFIGURE THE SKYPE WEBCAM

it works very well, perfect audio and video ..
 
Old 10-26-2014, 10:36 PM   #7
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Skype developers are probably not wasting a lot of time on Debian Jessie until it becomes "stable."
Ever since Microsoft bought Skype they aren't wasting time on Linux in general. It's been pure downhill since then. I know not the topic of thread but I seriously recommend switching to Google Hangouts. Skype was a non stop problem for me in Debian, *buntu, and anywhere else I tried it since MS took over. I gave up.
 
Old 10-27-2014, 12:33 AM   #8
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But keep in mind you are using Debian "testing" so it might be broken, or break at some future date.
 Skype developers are probably not wasting a lot of time on Debian Jessie until it becomes "stable."
I've been using both skype and Debian testing for years. I am unaware of any differences between how well skype runs on testing vs. stable. When you say "it", are you referring to "skype" or "testing"?
jdk
 
Old 10-27-2014, 06:32 AM   #9
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No problems with Debian jessie!
but with Skype, i don't undustand how to make connection in audio in skype's windows!
and it's the record'windows to do while is in fonction in testing skype audio...

i use 3 days to make good, just to configure...
because not any explication...

" C, window PulseAudio -> Recording tab -> at the end of the pretty voice Home about 10 seconds,
the cursor appears and a button at the top right -> quickly select your Webcam from the choices available!
the connection is !!!
the operation is fast enough, this is the duration of the recording is 10 seconds.
at the end of listening, the content of the "registration" tab disappears ... "

i try another Webcam, logitech pro 4000, now it's very fast to make it configuration in audio.
because, before not voice work!

---------- Post added 10-27-14 at 12:32 PM ----------

Pas de problèmes avec Jessie Debian!
mais avec Skype, je ne undustand pas comment faire la connexion audio dans les fenêtres de Skype!
et ce sont les record'windows à faire tout est en Fonction des tests audio skype ...

i utilise 3 jours pour faire le bien, juste à configurer ...
car aucune explication ...

"PulseAudio C, fenêtre -> onglet Enregistrement -> à la fin de la jolie voix Accueil environ 10 secondes,
le curseur apparaît et un bouton en haut à droite -> sélectionner rapidement votre Webcam parmi les choix disponibles!
la connexion est !!!
l'opération est assez rapide, ceci est la durée de l'enregistrement est de 10 secondes.
à la fin de l'écoute, le contenu de l'onglet "inscription" disparaît ... "

je tente une autre webcam, Logitech Pro 4000, il est maintenant très rapide à faire dans la configuration audio.
parce que, avant pas exprimer travail!
 
Old 10-27-2014, 06:40 AM   #10
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here the result of test info alsa:

alsa-info.sh, find in this page!

https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Audio/AlsaInfo
 
  


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