How to install Discord app on Ubuntu

Discord is a all purpose communication and chat application for Windows, macOS, Android, iOS, Linux, and in web browsers. Using this you can send text, image and communicate via video and audio channels. You just need a email to create a account. You can create and customize your Discord server. It also comes with the ability to organize your members with access roles. It also supports emoji library to express yourself.

Install Discord on Ubuntu

You can install the Discord app via the native deb package file or via the snap on Ubuntu.

Install Discord via DEB:

Download Discord

Download the Discord app in .deb package file from the above link. Here the downloaded file name is “discord-0.0.11.deb“. It will be change based on the Discord version for you. You can change the below commands based on your file name. Save that file on your downloads folder. Open your terminal (ctrl+alt+t) application and run these commands. If needed enter your Ubuntu user password.

cd Downloads
sudo dpkg -i discord-0.0.11.deb
sudo apt install -f

You can run Discord via below command.

discord

Install Discord via Snap:

In terminal run

sudo snap install discord

Then

snap connect discord:system-observe

That’s all

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