How to Install Slack in Centos / Redhat / Fedora

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How to Install Slack in Centos / Redhat / Fedora

The Slack Business Messaging System was developed by the American software company Slack Technologies. With Slack, a messaging app designed for businesses, people can easily access information. Collaboration is transformed by Slack, which allows people to work together as one unified team. There are many IRC-like features in Slack, such as topic-based chat rooms and private groups. Furthermore, it supports audio and video calls as well as sharing images, documents, videos, and other files. Let us now take a look at how to install Slack.


Download and install Slack





First, Use the desktop application if it is running, Use your web browser to access the Slack download page for Linux and download the latest Slack .rpm package.





Once the package has been downloaded. You must navigate to the Downloads folder to find the Slack Package.



# cd Downloads




It can now be installed using yum. The slack rpm package should be present in the downloads directory.





To check the rpm file is present run the following command,




# ls




Then run the following to install,



# yum install slack*



The installation of Slack has been completed successfully. Use the following command in CLI to begin using Slack.



# slack



Additionally, You can access it by GUI Also by clicking on Applications > Internet > Slack










Your system is now running Slack, you can use it now. Thanks for reading! I hope it was informative for you! 

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