نصب Skype در centos – رفع ارور libatomic
Skype is one of the most popular communication applications in the world that allows you to make free online audio and video calls, and affordable international calling to mobiles and landlines worldwide.
Skype is not an open-source application and it is not included in the CentOS repositories.
This tutorial explains how to install the latest version of Skype on CentOS 7.
The user you are logged in as must have sudo privileges to be able to install packages.
Installing Skype on CentOS
Perform the following steps to install Skype on CentOS.
1. Download Skype
2. Install Skype
Once the download is complete, install the Skype rpm package by running the following command as a user with sudo privileges:
sudo yum localinstall ./skypeforlinux-64.rpm
That’s it. Skype has been installed on your CentOS desktop.
3. Start Skype
Now that Skype has been installed, you can start it either from the command line by typing
skypeforlinux or by clicking on the Skype icon (
Applications -> Internet -> Skype).
When you start Skype for the first time, a window like the following will appear:
Important info for Skype users on Fedora
Latest skype update today will show an error that requires libatomic1 which is provided by the libatomic package.
sudo dnf install libatomic
but microsoft by mistake did libatomic1 (which is a suse package) rather than libatomic, which gives us a false error that nothing provides libatomic1. It will be fixed in the next skype update.
People can share solutions on this thread, I am currently using fakeprovide to provide me libatomic1 . You can also ignore dependencies by –
sudo rpm --install --nodeps skypeforlinux-64.rpm && sudo dnf install libatomic
as all dependencies are pre installed except libatomic so its fine :).
Update : 15th April , Skype update has fixes this issue. After updating skype people using fakeprovide can simply remove libatomic1
sudo dnf remove libatomic1