Installing GOOGLE Apps and SKYPE

The common myth that GOOGLE Apps and Skype aren’t available for Linux is now broken! That’s right. You can install GOOGLE Apps and Skype right from your package manager after you add these two repositories. For addding a repository, goto System -> Administration -> Synaptic Package Manager -> Preferences -> Repositories and follow the instructions in the links given below

For the GOOGLE Apps use this link

http://www.google.com/linuxrepositories/ubuntu704.html

For Skype, use this

http://www.medibuntu.org

Medibuntu means Multimedia, Entertainment and Distractions in Ubuntu. It’s repositories has softwares which are not included in Ubuntu repos for many issues like copyright, security etc. Also these aren’t supported by Ubuntu community. So any bug found cannot be reported to them. However, I would recommend you to give it a shot 🙂

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