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Hi Guys, like a lot in this last days. Someone has pushed out some extra feature called skypetab. It's very usefull and brings a little bit useabilty to the Skype Software. I trying to get skypeta...
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I m not so sure about the packages in +Gentoo , but maybe try to find libqt4-dev package or should be possible to that you want to compile in debug mode and that are other libs in qt.
That's not the problem, Ubuntu's X-dev are liberaes they are need when you want to compile thinks, in the most headers. But Gentoo does this all the time. All what qt-gui-dev is, has Gentoo already.
Hey cool, that did worked! But somehow doesn't load skype the lib.
Same here. So my opinion is that we have to use the qt32 libs to compiled it, but i dont try yet. I think we created a 64 bit .so.

Or we have to check for which plattform this .so is and maybe we can try a 64 bit skype or something else.
That's right.

file ELF 64-bit LSB shared object, x86-64, version 1 (SYSV), dynamically linked, not stripped

But Skype is 32-Bit, so i can't execute it in the right way.

file /opt/skype/skype
/opt/skype/skype: ELF 32-bit LSB executable, Intel 80386, version 1 (SYSV), dynamically linked (uses shared libs), for GNU/Linux 2.6.8, stripped

I tryed now to download the deb packages and using this instead, what end up in the same problem. Skype is not starting.
That are just 64-Bit compatibly packages, so you able to install them beneath Ubuntu/OpenSUSE 64-Bit. They will install some 32-bit libs and stuff that made 32-bit apps runnung on 64-Bit. But the core binary keeps being 32-bit.
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