How to install and Uninstall Discord in a Linux System


Discord is a social platform for VoIP and instant messaging. Users can communicate via voice calls, video calls, text messages, media files, and private chats as well as through online groups known as “servers.” This article will give you an overview of how to install and remove Discord on Ubuntu 22.04 Readers will be capable of installing Discord on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS and the commands will work for ubuntu 14.04, ubuntu 16.04, ubuntu 18.4, ubuntu 20.04, ubuntu 21 and ubuntu 22.04 versions as well. Other useful articles are here: How to install Windows Server 2022 on VirtualBox and How to install Unison on a Linux System and How To Install Nextcloud on a Linux system also How to install Redis on a Linux System and How to Install Apache Subversion on a Linux System and How to install Rust in a Linux System . The steps to install and remove discord are outlined below:

Step1: Update Package Index & System

This step makes sure that the system and the existing packages are up to date and current .

sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade
update & upgrade complete

Step2: Download Discord

Use the following command to install discord on your system from the snap store as the package manager for Ubuntu apt won’t be able to do it

sudo snap  install discord

This will not work unless snapd is installed. You can install snapd with the command:

sudo apt install snapd
snapd installation

Step 3: Uninstall Discord

We can remove discord from our Unbuntu machine using the following command

sudo snap remove discord


Installing Discord on a Ubuntu 22.04 is not hard. We successfully installed and also removed using the steps outlined above.

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