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Run the following commands in your terminal: wget https://dl.fedoraproject.org/pub/epel/epel-release-latest-7.noarch.rpm rpm -Uvh epel-release-latest-7.rpm sudo yum -y install ~/Downloads/slack-3.2.1-0.1.fc21.x86_64.rpm
Note: Make sure that your system is registered with Red Hat Subscription Manager.
Update Slack by entering these commands from the command line: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade
Update Slack by running this command from the command line: sudo dnf upgrade
Tips and tricks
Pull up keyboard shortcuts
There are a number of keyboard shortcuts to help you move around Slack faster. To see a list of keyboard shortcuts in the desktop app, use Ctrl/.
Launch Slack at login
You can choose to have Slack start automatically when you log in to Linux. Just click your workspace name in the top left to open the menu,then select Preferences. Next, click the Linux App tab, and check Launch app on login.
Specify the proxy server
You can specify the proxy server used with the --proxy-server=IP:port command line switch. Here's what this will look like in your terminal window: $ slack --proxy-server=ip:port
Having trouble with the Slack for Linux app? Here are some tips to try:
From the Slack desktop app, click Help in the menu bar.
Select Troubleshooting and click Clear Cache and Restart.
Check your app version
Make sure you're running the latest version of the Slack for Linux app.
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