anton.stamenov at gmail.com
Thu Nov 9 09:21:06 UTC 2006
I'm using FreeBSD 6.2-prerelease, and use Skype all the time, without
any problems. Infact I'm satisfied with its performance, audio is
perfect, I mange to change the skin, now looks great.
It is a fresh install of the 6.2-prerelease, I can't remmeber when I
checked out the src, but can check if it is important.
Note: I don't know if it is related but adding this to my /etc/hosts,
helps me for a lot of net-applications problems.
127.0.0.1 localhost aislap
where aislap is my hostname, and this is the only active line in the
On Thu, 09 Nov 2006, Stefan Lambrev wrote:
> Are you using FreeBSD 6.2-prerelease i386 ? because I have similar problems.
> When I start skype as user (never tried with superuser) it cannot
> connect, and while trying
> to do so, it fuck up the whole network. Also when this happened skype
> cannot be killed with -9 even.
> I tried to find something with ktrace, but I really do not understand
> very much what's going on.
> I notice that skype goes mad and calls a lot gethostbyname().
> Well skype is binary (for linux) without debug symbols in it so I guess
> it is almost impossible to know what happens,
> and may be those complains have to be sent to skype.com ? :)
> Rem P Roberti wrote:
> >I can start Skype as user, but when I try to do this the programs runs
> >extremely slowly, all inputs and screens take forever to respond, and
> >the program doesn't remember my login name and password. When I start
> >Skype as root everything seems to function perfectly. What is going
> >on there?
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