Well, Skype, although it provides and RPM for Fedora 13+, it doesn’t really handle the dependencies very well.
I found I had to install these items seperatly:
yum install -y libXScrnSaver.i686 qt.i686 qt-x11.i686
you might find others though. To find it, do the following:
in terminal as your account, type skype and press enter. If it doesn’t load it will tell you something is missing.
In this example what’s missing is libXss.so.1
To find what has that you run this command:
yum whatprovides */libXss.so.1
It will tell you all the packages which include that file, however as Skype is 32bit, its looking for that library.
So, you tack on .i686 at the end, as above and it should deal with that minor issue.