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Skype For CentOS 6.4 32bit [CLOSED]

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Does anyone know if there is a newer version of Skype than skype-2.1.0.81 available for CentOS 32 bit? Recent updates to Skype on other platforms has been causing video connection issues in the last few
weeks.

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posted Jun 16, 2013 by anonymous

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