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This article covers how to install the Zoom Client on your Fedora 35 system. In fact Zoom provides free video call, chat, and remote desktop sharing services but with time and participant limitations. 


How to Install Zoom Client on Fedora ?

Zoom client is available in RPM packaged format for Fedora. 

1. Use the wget command to download the package in the terminal:

$ wget https://zoom.us/client/latest/zoom_x86_64.rpmCOPY

2. Once the Zoom client package is downloaded, install it with the dnf command:

$ sudo dnf install -y zoom_x86_64.rpm


How to Install zoom-client on Fedora via snaps ?

1. Enable snaps on Fedora and install zoom-client:

$ sudo dnf install snapd

2. To enable classic snap support, enter the following to create a symbolic link between /var/lib/snapd/snap and /snap:

$ sudo ln -s /var/lib/snapd/snap /snap

3. To install zoom-client, simply use the following command:

$ sudo snap install zoom-client


This article covers how you can install Zoom on CentOS machine using two different methods i.e via RPM and via snap. The Zoom Client can be installed on Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android, and H.323/SIP room systems.


How to Install Zoom Client on CentOS 8 / Fedora 33/32/31/30 ?

An RPM package is provided on the Downloads page for installation on CentOS / RHEL and Fedora System.

1. Download the latest release of Zoom Client:

$ sudo yum -y install wget
$ wget https://zoom.us/client/latest/zoom_x86_64.rpm

2. Then install Zoom Client on CentOS 8 Linux with yum command:

$ sudo yum localinstall zoom_x86_64.rpm

Hit the y key to start the installation.

The dependencies required and Zoom Client will be installed on CentOS 8.

3. You can check the version of Zoom Client installed on CentOS 8 / Fedora Desktop with the rpm command:

$ rpm -qi zoom 


This article will guide you on steps to easily change the background of the Zoom application whenever he wants on #Ubuntu #Linux System. In this way, you can ensure efficient bandwidth utilization.

#Zoom is a very popular video communication tool for chatting, online meetings, screen-sharing, video conferencing etc. 

It is supported by most of the popular operating system like #Windows, Linux, Mac, and Android.

Zoom offers a few default image options to choose from, but it also allows you to upload your own image.

To make my background zoom better:

1. Click Settings. 

2. Click Virtual Background. 

Note: If you do not have the Virtual Background tab and you have enabled it on the web portal, sign out of the Zoom Desktop Client and sign in again. 

3. Click on an image to select the desired virtual background or add your own image by clicking +Add Image.



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