How to Install Slack in CentOS/Redhat 7/6

Slack is a way to communicate and work more effectively and efficiently. You probably communicate with your teammates/colleagues, make decisions, and share the information. Slack has support on many different platforms, like Windows, macOS, Android, iOS and even Linux.


In this article we will help to install Slack on CentOS/Redhat.

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Step 1: Prerequisites

First, we need to install the required packages. These packages we can easily get from OS officially repository.

# yum install epel-release 
# yum install gtk3 mesa-libGLU*.i686 mesa-libGLU*.x86_64 libappindicator

Step 2: Download Slack

You can use mention command to download the Slack rpm package. Also, you can download the Slack latest rpm package from its official download page.

# wget
Slack Download

Step 3: Install Slack

After that, install Slack on server using yum package installer utility.

# yum localinstall slack-3.3.8-0.1.fc21.x86_64.rpm

Step 4: Access Slack

Now, Slack has been installed successfully on your machine. Now you can use using mention command.

# slack&

Enjoy it!

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