Skype has become almost like a synonym for video and audio chatting through internet. Even though most of the general purpose VOIP application clients still ignore the Linux users, Skype has made difference by supporting video chat in its Linux version.
Skype currently support four major flavours of Linux, Ubuntu 8.10+(both 32bit and 64bit), Fedora 10+, Debian Lenny and OpenSUSE 11+.
It is pretty simple to install, just double click the bundle and enter your password for granting super user privileges. Done!.
Its time to celebrate and share joy and excitement of having Skype in Linux, not just for geeks but for Linux newbies and wanna be Linux Geeks.
So start using Skype on Linux today itself downloading the Skype 2.0 beta for Linux.
And if you don’t have Linux, don’t worry this is the right time to change. You can get respective flavours from following websites, Ubuntu, Fedora, Debian, OpenSUSE.