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Old 3rd June 2009, 11:53 AM
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Post Upgrade Problems FC9 to FC10

Hi All,

I have managed to upgrade FC8 to FC9 without any loss to Data or profile settings, however I have just updated FC9 to FC10, once again no problems to Data or profile settings.

I have managed to sort out a few small problems with Sun Virtual Box, BUT can't seem to enable the webcam using SKYPE or Ekiga.

Athlon 1600+ 32Bit - 2GB RAM - 256MB AGP - 700GB plus Storage.

Any pointers & advice will be welcomed.

Many thanks in advance.

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Old 10th June 2009, 09:00 PM
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Just a quick update, re-installed FC10 after backing up data files - profiles, webcam now operational with Ekiga & Amsn. Checked documentation on line at Skype site, there should be an update for the linux version of Skype, to be released later on this year 2009.

I hope this of use.

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