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Skype for Linux 2.0 - with Video support

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For the first time every Linux’ Skype client now features full video support. With this feature the Linux client catches up with the Windows and MacOS client. The most important features listed in the changelog are:

feature: Video.
video feature: Video Devices options dialog.
video feature: Video Accept/Decline dialog.
video feature: Full-screen video.

Binaries are already available for several distributions like Fedora and OpenSuse. Unfortunately there is no Fedora 8 package yet, but the Fedora 7 package might just work.

Since this is a Beta release there are still several bugs, and some of them might spoil the fun for several users:

more here

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