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How to install zoom on ubuntu 20.10 – none:

 

Login with Google Accounts is not working. License file is missing from the Arch package; when “custom” is used, the packaging should include a copy of the license. Note that apparently it’s not in the archive I can download from their web site; but I don’t know how to report to Zoom directly.

I’m still having trouble as of latest build running zoom under gnome-wayland. Not sure if this is a qt bug or a zoom bug, but on launch I get:. I tried close to every version back to 3.

Looked it up and zoom seems to crash the GPU. Also 3. But X is not frozen, and the keybord keeps working fine, but it’s uncomfortable not to be able to select or click on anything. Is anyone else having problems with the X11 session freezing on latest Zoom 3. I find after a few minutes on a video call, the entire X session including the mouse cursor stops responding. Parts of the display update once every minutes, some parts never update.

It never seems to recover. Haven’t seen this in any other circumstances. I’m getting errors trying to run zoom after upgrading my system this weekend I upgrade every weekend , seems to be some incompatibility with the currently installed Qt version I guess unfortunately the log file it referenced in the output doesn’t exist, so I don’t have more info :.

Client: Breakpad is using Single Client Mode! Downgrading to 3. The default configuration seems absolutely reasonable to me and considering that this is what upstream does, I would for now like to stick to it. Note that there is no need to introduce hooks or any additional configuration on your side though!

Just delete the content of the file and as it is a backup file pacman will not overwrite it on a system update. You may however not delete the file completely. I’m just not sure that this is right to deliver pulseadio configuration with conference app. It’s not a big deal for me, cause if i will reinstall it i’ve just added a hook that delete this file in my system. It is just a feature request. I am struggling to really understand you problem. Hence, there should be no conflict if you just change the configuration in said file to your needs.

And if you need a custom one and zoom, you doomed to resolve conflicts. Ditto Maduvi reptile, sometimes on sharing screen my whole system will freeze and I’ll have to be kicked of the zoom call by someone else. I’ve had this issue since around version 2. It also happens that I can’t share a Whiteboard because the window is black as well.

So I believe both things could be related. Maybe some Xorg or mesa driver configuration I have overlooked. Is anyone able to share a Whiteboard instance? EDIT: fixed the issue installing and enabling compton. Now I can see a whiteboard instance and I hope Zoom will work just fine. I agree with edh, it’s an upstream issue, not a package issue.

Installers beware, this is a binary package and the upstream provider has recently been caught doing some very dodgy things. Use this package at your own risk. Pulseaudio should definitely be considered the default. This is also the case for the original package and therefore clearly intended this way by the authors of the software. Hence, I think I will leave the dependency as is for now. I would suggest that you create a mock package for pulseaudio-also on you system which fulfills the dependency without introducing pulseaudio to you installation.

I had a problem with multi devices. With just the internal audio and not external USB devices it works just fine, both, though the app test, and through a real conversation. It means with pulseaudio one might require the pulseaudio-alsa plugin, but only if using pulseaudio. So I would leave as optional if using pulseaudio, given not everyone enables it like me , but state that the optional dependency is for enabling audio with pulse.

For the testing I manually removed the dependency, so I could avoid having pulseaudio installed and therefore enabled. Needed to do some magic to get the version updated because I had some patch version [ The Flatpack version worked but it the video was a bit lagging so switching back to native.

At least there’s an alternative if something happens. Since Zoom is distributed as binary with given dependencies, any change in Archlinux can render Zoom nonfuncional. My Zoom stopped working after system update I think Zoom was not updated. Could you say what could be wrong? With 2. Got an email from Zoom support this morning saying they fixed the certificate warnings that started with the previous update.

Now I have the other problem: when I share the screen, sometimes it goes black, and I can see only the mouse pointer. I have to kill and restart Zoom then. The interesting part is that it happens only in presence of certain user and I don’t know which one. Zoom Support confirmed that it’s possible, and asked to make sure that all attendees use the latest version of Zoom Had an issue with zoom dropping a core dump as well as slack – turned out it was the upgrade from glibc to which caused the issue.

I rolled back glibc to the previous version and all is well. Here’s what I did, might help someone:. This means updating two lines, pkgver and shasums. Save, exit, proceed with the installation. I would also make sure to enable notifications for this package if I were you menu above: “Enable notifications” so you get notified when this is fixed. I have a request to Zoom Support regarding this, I’ll let you know the outcome.

When I share my screen the whole application freezes, all the controls are unresponsive. This feature was working for me for a long time. There is no error message about this issue when I run it on the console. I downgraded to version 2. You might want to roll-back the entire update and see whether that helps. If it does, partially update each package one by one and see where things break down. Blatant self-promotion : To facilitate the downgrade process you may want to use a small script like e.

After the latest system upgrade, zoom just fails to launch. The output says “zoom started. Downgrading zoom back doesn’t help. It’s something with other parts of the system, but I don’t know what exactly, no errors in output Maybe someone had similar issue? After using git to checkout the previous version the one from Feb 8 and reinstalling, zoom launches and seems to work fine though I didn’t make any calls yet.

So I’m using the Feb 8 version now. In addition to the error posted by prosoitos, using journalctl I can see the following records related to the zoom segfault:.

The only recommendation I can give you is to either use a proper helper or build it from source. I have this error when trying to install zoom on my computer loading packages Probably not related to packaging, but I’m getting quite frequent hangs.

Every 20 minutes or so performance gets quickly terrible to the point that the application is completely unresponsive.

If I don’t kill it fast enough sometimes it even brought down my entire system. I’m wondering if anyone else has been experiencing this and whether there is any workaround. Please let me know whether this assessment is accurate and SSO login is still working for you. I merely copied the dependency field from the official package and did not check for any additional ones.

My issue was indeed not related to QT but rather to the drivers. Did you have any luck working around this issue? EDIT: qt is almost certainly a red herring since it’s not a dep of this package: mesa is the likely culprit since that’s being used for OpenGL and was also updated recently.

I also tried downgrading mesa to Unfortunately I am quite busy during the day and am therefore not available on IRC most of the time always? Concerning you provided information: When troubleshooting such a task it is much more likely that something about your software setup led to the problem. Here’s what I know about this machine, please let me know if this information is useless and what I can provide to be more useful:.

Not sure what else would be useful, or if this even is. Is there something of note about your build environment? Can’t install at all, get the following error: error: ‘zoom Report issues here. Arch Linux User Repository. Sort order Ascending Descending.

Per page 50 Go Orphans. Package Details: zoom 5. Required by 3 zoom-firejail zoom-libkime zoom-libnimf. Pinned Comments. I hope people find this useful : EDIT 1: typos. However there was little to no progress so far. Latest Comments. It is not a big deal though, Zoom worked fine for me even if it couldn’t find pacmd. I have the following pipewire packages installed: gst-plugin-pipewire I would appreciate any suggestions.

Last good version is 5. BTW, does it still make sense to pin the two comments from ? Can confirm the screen sharing is finally fixed in zoom Does anyone know if zoom still crashes when sharing screen on new version 5. In addition, trying to share my screen results in Zoom freezing and requiring a restart. Anyone tested other later versions that do not crash?

Virtual background not working as of last update on multiple machines. GreenAvocado thanks for your help. I never have any screen sharing problem on KDE x I have downgraded to 5. After updating system, rebuilding package: yay –cleanmenu –rebuild -Syu zoom Adrades You should raise your issue with the upstream project, i. Thanks for the package! To whom should I complain about this issue?

May be we should change the ibus from depends to optdepends. Wayland Zoom screen sharing doesn’t seem to work under Gnome 41 anymore!? Any ideas what I could try? Are there anyone use pipewire without problem? Instead I see this: warning: zoom: local 5. Why would that not work? Anyone able to get hardware acceleration working?

Is there a reason not to include the build number at the end of the pkgver? To those commenting on the checksum error. Thanks for the clarification regarding pkgrel. Shouldn’t the pkgrel have been bumped instead of adding the “a”? The sha for the file at the moment is 7c34f2facedfedba4fabf55f1ebbc9bf54cd3aab7ea0aee2cece4af7fcd23f6e03c4be Edit: I just saw the last comments, just ignore this one.

I’ll update the package soon. Hi, I have a problem with the shasums validation. Specifically what other dependencies BobbyBoohoo? ElijahLynn I have the same issue, also fails the first time, but succeeds the second.

Why this package depends on ibus? Edit:sorry this is duplicate. I am switching to zoom-system-qt now, maybe this helps me for now. I can annotate when others share. I can annotate when using the whiteboard. But Zoom isn’t capturing the annotation overlay when I’m sharing. Using i3wm here. May I ask what does ibus do in this package?

Why is ibus added to the required dependencies? Won’t build because SHA sums won’t match. Nikita Sorry, according to zoom it is a hard dependency. Can we get rid of the ibus dependancy? With the update to 5. Here is hoping Zoom keeps maintaining the alsa backend. I cant build 5. No ALT-Y here also. Edit: This doesn’t help and I still get this issue a lot. Edit: This doesn’t help and actually introduces a number of other problems. Edit: This “fix” didn’t work.

Seems to hog a good bit of CPU. I’m not sure if that’s just this version, or all versions. I tried hv15’s fix with JACK and alsa-plugins. No luck. Neither does aplay work. Not going lie im kinda shocked this isnt in community by now. That seemed to fix the issue! Addendum at This bug was solved in version 5.

Both screens are x – One is the laptop and the other is a secondary display in portrait. That’s very helpful. Zoom client is being signed out after 30 sec when connected to a meeting.

FYI: last of 5. It will become clear if you just take a glance. Credits to this guy. I can run it via terminal, e. It’s also core dumping for me with the latest version. No one gets a coredump? It started with the latest version. Message: Process zoom of user dumped core.

Stack trace of thread 0 0xf78ba raise libc. The current version 5. Yeah just z few comments below. I’d suggest sticking with build for now. May 15 archlinux Zoom. For reference, I did not have this issue until relatively recently. Zoom without the funky effect worked after testing, and I feel a little more secure using it. Little bit tipsy, sorry, had to retype the first part of this.

Seems a lot quicker, and more secure. Hi, For some reason my USB Blue Yeti microphone is recognized by zoom as an audio input option, but it’s not actually picking up any sound. Anyone else having a similar issue? I’ll go post about it in apulse’s comments, I guess. Please add an option to not install pulseaudio-alsa – it can be replaced with apulse. Due to backdoor root access on MacOS I suggest others consider using a flatpak or other containerized version of this: “The application is installed without the user giving his final consent and a highly misleading prompt is used to gain root privileges.

I will add those dependencies with the next release. I just set up Zoom in a systemd-nspawn container and discovered the following missing dependencies: libxcursor : Zoom will just refuse to start with error while loading shared libraries: libXcursor. Thank for you answer. I’ve been forced to use the browser version and it really sucks : EDIT I tried running from the command line and I was only able to capture the log with my phone before it crashed my pc.

MTREE file Any idea? Thank you very much. I think we can consider the automatically embedded browser feature as unreliable. Works for me now too That worked for me. Thanks for sharing. Thanks for the heads-up. Not sure if this is a qt bug or a zoom bug, but on launch I get: ZoomLauncher started.

Client: Breakpad is using Client-Server Mode! Available platform plugins are: eglfs, linuxfb, minimal, minimalegl, offscreen, vnc, xcb. Reinstalling the application may fix this problem. Something went wrong while running zoom,exit code is ZoomLauncher exit. Thanks for any hints! Can you report this upstream? Have rolled back to 3. Anyone else having difficulties logging in after upgrading from 2.

Any tips? I am experiencing the same problem as reptile: “when I share the screen, sometimes it goes black, and I can see only the mouse pointer” It also happens that I can’t share a Whiteboard because the window is black as well. Thanks a lot! Works with Flatpack. Should’ve put this information into the comment when I flagged out of date. I can not use oauth, open the browser with the white screen.

I also confirm that downgrading resolved the issue. How to downgrade? I just learned this myself yaourt -S zoom I also had to killall zoom before it worked I would also make sure to enable notifications for this package if I were you menu above: “Enable notifications” so you get notified when this is fixed. Do you Guys have any idea what went wrong? Is this an application bug or Arch related? Downgrading “mesa” fixed the problem. In addition to the error posted by prosoitos, using journalctl I can see the following records related to the zoom segfault: Apr 05 Ts systemd-coredump[]: Process zoom of user dumped core.

I could install without any problem, but zoom does not launch. I get this error: ZoomLauncher started. Missing dependency on libxss. Zoom depends on qt5-webkit to display webpages e. SSO Login. Broken since my last update from qt 5.

Zoom appears to run without pulseaudio-alsa, but not having it appears to mess up my audio config. Works like a charm! Thank you very much! Are you testing with a large session? How many tabs do you think Firefox is trying to restore at startup?

As soon as I see the appearance of any RED lines first picture it is pretty well given it is “All over red rover”. Declaration: Before the update of Ubuntu 81 tabs was also a nominal number to restore. This was on firefox With the update of Ubuntu came Firefox Not as bad as waiting for windows to load and so it isn’t a problem. It only started after the update of Ubuntu. But for a very short time when firefox updated to Then a couple of weeks later a whole bunch of updates came through that this is now happening.

For the last Then it just “locks up”. Ok, I did the command and I am still able to use firefox. Though the response from the command has changed from what it used to be. I say this only in that the layout of the message I see is different. Unloading ALSA sound driver modules: snd-seq-dummy snd-hrtimer snd-hda-codec-hdmi snd-hda-codec-realtek snd-hda-codec-generic snd-hda-intel snd-intel-dspcfg snd-hda-codec snd-hda-core snd-hwdep snd-pcm snd-seq-midi snd-seq-midi-event snd-rawmidi snd-seq snd-seq-device snd-timer failed: modules still loaded: snd-hrtimer snd-hda-codec-hdmi snd-hda-codec-realtek snd-hda-codec-generic snd-hda-intel snd-intel-dspcfg snd-hda-codec snd-hda-core snd-hwdep snd-pcm snd-seq snd-seq-device snd-timer.

Loading ALSA sound driver modules: snd-seq-dummy snd-hrtimer snd-hda-codec-hdmi snd-hda-codec-realtek snd-hda-codec-generic snd-hda-intel snd-intel-dspcfg snd-hda-codec snd-hda-core snd-hwdep snd-pcm snd-seq-midi snd-seq-midi-event snd-rawmidi snd-seq snd-seq-device snd-timer. Yeah, sorry, not exactly in the scope of this, but to keep all the cards on the table.

Sometimes weird things are common. The system has now been working stable for a while now. Ok, another update: I am going to put local times here so as to help with when things are happening.

Things went bad after that. A few times I went to a site – one of the many tabs in what are loaded at start up – and things went bad. I exited firefox rather than rebooting, but it got to the stage where I had to.

It is rather annoying going to for example youtube if you don’t have sound. As it was, it was more a forum to which I went and firefox just kept dieing. I’ll go to that forum and see if things work. I’ll post now as if it all goes south, I won’t be able to update this in real time.

I’ll fix the audio device and go back to the site, and report back with what happens. Though it may not crash now, as it may be something to do with the initial loading of the page. But who knows? Back soon I hope. Went back to that tab.

Reloaded the page. Opened a new tab on same page: working. Unsure if the audio device is part of the problem. I shall reboot now yuck but fix audio device and try to visit that forum again. Audio device wrong. Loaded firefox. Ok so far. Back to firefox. The machine has been running smoothly now though I haven’t pushed it too hard, I have given it a bit of a work out.

Though I think Mr Murphy may step in shortly after this post and mess all that up. Zoeken in Support Zoeken.

Learn More. Originally I was using Ubuntu I thought it would be good to update to GG Believe me: “”It worked!! Now, I am lucky if FireFox loads at all. Let alone let me browse. What have I tried? I’ve tried starting FireFox with all addons disabled. Still happens. Semi rhetorical I have a lot of local pages I open with passwords. Gekozen oplossing 24 Dec local I have had Firefox running now for a while on this session and though I may not have flogged it that hard, I have been on a video conference for 2 hours and not a glitch.

It may be the extra 16 gig of memory has fixed resolved? Thanks both for the ideas. I have just “reinstalled” Firefox and it noted some “no longer needed stuff to be removed”. This is now a whole new chapter. TrueConf offers native applications for multiple Linux distributions. Check out TrueConf advantages:. You can check your operating system version by running the following command in the terminal it can be applied for all Linux operating systems :.

The basic information about your operating system, including its name and version, will be displayed in the console. For example, on the screenshot below you can see that you are using Debian Choose your operation system.

That was it! Now screens and application windows appear in the Share Screen dialog window. View solution in original post. Can you verify if you are utilizing Wayland with your Linux set up? If so, you will need to launch your Linux session with Xorg instead. To share just a specific application, you need to launch your Linux session with Xorg instead. Let me know if you continue to experience any other issues or if this resolves what you are experiencing.

Thank you. And a poor workaround at that. All Qt apps work perfectly under KDE Fortunately it sounds like they are now doing that, though it’s unclear when we might expect to see it. For a deeper discussion, including some of the many reasons this workaround is unacceptable, see. Zoom did not introduce Wayland support until March 1, version 3. This was broken upon release because they did not use the correct API gdbus-org.

This resulted in issues for multi-monitor setups, problems with HiDPI screens, unusable performance, and other glitches from the beginning, and now it is broken completely.

The screenshot API exists only for the system to take screenshots of course. It is very inefficient for video but what’s worse is it is also completely insecure because in order for it to be publicly enabled, applications have full access to record your entire screen without explicit permission. This left many users and developers to do the testing and investigation for them, but still took nine months to be recognized.

Finally, they are working on this now, so we will see how long the fix takes. It’s almost like saying I should install windows because it’s not working on Ubuntu. Hi, thank you so much for this! I just updated to Ubuntu22 and I encountered this problem on our meeting.

 

– How to install zoom on ubuntu 20.10 – none:

 
Download and install. Download Ubuntu desktop and replace your current operating system. It’s easy to install on Windows or macOS, or run Ubuntu alongside it. I thought it would be good to update to GG () though I did briefly try FF (). As the install was done on an existing version things remained the.

 
 

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Tags: Ubuntu Linux. Suresh Ramani Full Stack Developer. Previous Blog. Next Blog. Popular Blogs. Build Crud App with Laravel and Vue. Once installed, press the Super key Windows key and search for Zoom. Click on the Zoom icon to start it:. It should send you notifications and let you quickly access Zoom features like screen sharing.

If you want to quickly install Zoom using command line, you can do all the steps you did in the previous method. You can download files in Linux terminal using tools like wget and curl. Download the deb file using this command:. It will ask you to enter your account password. When you type the password in the terminal, nothing happens on the screen. Type the password blindly and press enter. If you must use Zoom for work or school, you can install Zoom on Ubuntu and use it without having to leave Linux.

Having options are always better. Also a movie buff with a soft corner for film noir. Using command line, I presume? Whatever dependency it is listing, install those packages separately. After login you will get 4 options, Join meeting, new meeting, schedule or share screen only.

Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Facebook Twitter Instagram. TecAdmin Home Ubuntu How to Install Zoom on Ubuntu Zoom Zoom Client. Related Posts. You can go to Activities and search zoom on Search Box as shown below. Then Click on the Icon to open Zoom Application.

Once it is opened you can check the current installed version on the bottom of the Application. As you can see below, the current version is 5. Once you are done with Zoom and do not need it any further then you can simply remove it by using snap remove zoom-client command as shown below. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.

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