cigydd at gmail
Apr 16, 2012, 2:11 AM
Post #2 of 2
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> Dear Maemoers,
> I forward you Páli Rohár’s reponse to my question which follows his
> response to my initial question to our mailing list. I have forgotten to
> send a copy so I do it afterward.
> Pavel Řezníček
> ----- Původní zpráva -----
> Od Pali Rohár <pali.rohar [at] gmail>
> Odesláno Út 10. duben 2012, 16:12:04 CEST
> Komu Pavel Řezníček <cigydd [at] gmail>
> Předmět Re: Skype connectivity
> > On Tuesday 10 April 2012 14:55:42 you wrote:
> > > Hello Pali,
> > >
> > > this is weird.
> > > My Wi-Fi network is broadcast by my own router. The router is
> > > connected to a Cable DSL modem. I have at least one PC running
> > > the Skype for Linux binary and it’s connected all the time.
> > > What are the old Skype supernodes exactly? Is it possible for
> > > me to write e. g. a Python script to test the Skype
> > > connectivity on my N900?
> > Hi! the first problem with skype is that it is closed and nobody
> > know how working internally. So it is not possible to debug it or
> > getting support from Skype Inc. So there is no program/script for
> > testing skype connectivity. Also Nokia and Skype Inc too ignore
> > some old devices (like N900) and they do not care about it...
> > Skype protocol is changing in the time and old skype version
> > cannot connect to supernodes where users upgraded Skype binary.
> > But this is only my idea where can be problem...
> > You can read more about decrypted skype protocol and binary in
> > blog: http://skype-open-source.blogspot.com/
> > Developers had problem that old windows version stopped working
> > due to that old version cannot connect to supernodes where is
> > running new version. So I thought that you can have similar
> > problem... (e.g. skype in your n900 does not see any supernodes
> > where is running compatible skype client).
> > --
> > Pali Rohár
> > pali.rohar [at] gmail
Thank you, Pali,
For the link to Skype open source. It’s very interesting. This way I could maybe figure out what’s going on on my device.
I’ll try to contact Nokia Support. Maybe. Just for fun :-D
I guess they’ll recommend me to reflash :-D
Maybe a reflash is the solution. But nobody knows. Maybe I should prepare myself for a backup, reflash and restoration.
I tried to uninstall everything related to Skype, delete my account entry, reinstall everything back and add my Skype account again. It didn't work. I’m sure I enter the correct password. The IM account manager says that I’m just not signed in and I don’t see the Skype account in the account status list.
Anybody any clues other than reflash?
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Odesláno z mého telefonu Nokia N900 s linuxovým operačním systémem Maemo 5 Fremantle.