So here’s the scoop, I could send audios with no problem and hear everything fine when I play them back, but when I make video calls the recieving party cannot understand my audio. The audio is distorted and sounds like a robotic gargle. I’ve tryed various fixes but nothing seems to work. Mainly all the fixes related to audio here on the forum.
I recently erased my Lubuntu 18.04 install and installed Ubuntu 16.04.5. While I was setting up the system after the installation, I noticed something strange. That has never happened to me before, even on an older installation of 16.04.
I created a keyboard shortcut and at the description the tone was before the letter. For example, the Greek word for “Good morning” is “Καλημέρα” (kalimera). When I type in the Dash it’s fine, however, when I type outside the Dash it shows up as “Καλημ´ερα” (the tone does not “belong” to the letter).
Can anyone help me? Because I am really baffled.
P.S. Anyone is welcome, but because I’m Greek, if there are Greek people on here that know how to solve this I would really appreciate it. Just wanted to make it clear so that there are no misunderstandings.
I need OpenCV 2 for a legacy program, specifically OpenCV 126.96.36.199. I have attempted to install
libopencv-dev=188.8.131.52+dfsg-1.5ubuntu1. The former appears to install, and when I try to install the latter, having removed its OpenCV 3 equivalent (which has recently become the default), Ubuntu retains some unmet dependency problems which seem to arise from removing OpenCV 3. I have attempted to install
libopencv-legacy-dev, which appears to install, but then I am met with the standard OpenCV wrong version error:
ImportError: No module named cv2.