Sometimes i kill apps using killall -9, including Skype. This is usually not an issue, but sometimes Skype doesn't connect to a network until i reboot a machine. It starts, then infinitely performing its "connecting..." animation after i entered login/password. Erasing the ~/.Skype doesn't helps. Seems to be Skype has something very survivable that keeps some kind of state of something (like shared memory descriptor/state) between skype's launches. What can it be? What i should try to "rm"/reset/clean? What i should write to what system variable?
I know: killall -9 is unusual procedure, skype is a "one giant bug" and so on. But this is kind of research for me: why that could be happening.