Discord is a general purpose communication and chat application for Windows, macOS, Android, iOS, Linux and web browsers. You can use it to send text and images, and to communicate over video and audio channels. You need an email to create an account. You can create and customize a Discord server. It also has the ability to organize members using access roles. It also supports an emoji library to express yourself.
Install Discord on Ubuntu
The Discord app can be installed via the native deb package file or Ubuntu Snaps.
Install Discord via DEB.
Download the Discord app as a .deb package file from the link above. The file name downloaded here is “discord-0.0.11.deb“It will change depending on the version of Discord. You can change the following command based on the file name. Save that file to your download folder. Open the terminal (ctrl + alt + t) application and use these commands Enter the password for the Ubuntu user, if required.
sudo dpkg -i discord-0.0.11.deb
sudo apt install -f
Discord can be executed with the following command.
Install Discord via Snap.
At the terminal
sudo snap install discord
snap connect discord:system-observe
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