A cloud-based video communications tool called Zoom enables you to set up online seminars, live conversations, screen sharing, and other joint feature.
In this tutorial we are going to learn how to install Zoom on Debian based Linux Distros.
Zoom can be installed in two ways: through the shell or through the GUI. You get to choose which you prefer.
The first step is to open your terminal and run the following command lines to upgrade your system:
$ sudo apt update $ sudo apt upgrade
Zoom is fortunately accessible as a snap package, so if you have snap installed on your computer, simply execute the following code. This should be the case if you are using the latest Ubuntu edition.
$ sudo snap install zoom-client
Run the code below to start App after it has been loaded. To get started, either create a new account or check in to a current one.
Using the GUI
To install via GUI available option, we need to open Software Center, to do that from your Activities search bar , locate and launch the Software App.
On the search bar, type Zoom and search for it, you may find it or Zoom-client, they are the same things.
Click the install and once the installation is complete. just click the launch button to open the app.
You can now either make a new account or sign in to a current one.
Zoom can be installed on other Linux distributions, such as openSUSE, Fedora, and Arch Linux, particularly if you use their software manager app.
Uninstalling Zoom from your Debian System.
Can be removed from Ubuntu using the GUI by simply finding it in your Software Center and uninstalling it. but if you prefer to uninstall it via the terminal, you can just type the following code into the console to accomplish this:
$ sudo apt remove zoom
Do you currently use Zoom or are you considering trying another VoIP application? Leave your feedback in the comment section below.
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