Zoom was not working well on Linux mint 19.3, i could not see the participant so was not able to add them to the meeitng. On linux Mint 20 it is working well. However since yeaterday (8th July) i am experinecing the screen freezes. These seem to be no reason. I am new to Linux, i dont know how to kill the app, so i had to restart the system and continue the meeting. Some time was wasted in doing that.
not only does zoom suck on linux, it ruined my quarantine!
Took forever to install (no way to monitor what was going on in Software Manager), then did not launch. Complete failure. I am removing now rather than fool with it.
This is an old verion. The latest version can be downloaded here: https://zoom.us/download
I realize this is a kernal issue but zoom will unexpectedly simply freeze everything to the point that a hard reboot is required. This is something that needs addressing with everyone having to use it for meetings.
Using HP Pavilion g7. After installing Zoom my webcam stops working. Had to reinstall Linux to get it back.
No issues with this so far on 19.3. Screen share, Chat, Breakout rooms etc. working as expected - good work!
Application starts slowly, is buggy and the app window has some graphic issues ... but it works on 19.3
Screen Sharing is buggy is hell. I advise to download the package from the official Zoom site and install manually.
Worked fine, I installed it using the mint new programs, I did not have to run any extra code which is mentioned in some of the comments for it to work.
I installed works fine. The catch is, after the install and the error on the dependencies, run : sudo apt-get -f install to finish the install of the needed dependencies
will not install at all, gets to dependencies and stops. I downloaded the .deb package from zoom.us and it installed with now issues
Installed no problem for me. Be sure you check the audio/video before starting your meeting. Also, make sure your Zoom sound settings are the same as your computer sound settings. E.g. in my case, I make sure both have Analog Surround 2.1 Output selected, otherwise it won't work. My Logitech Webcam Pro 9000 didn't require any drivers to install - Zoom automatically recognized it.
Does not install. Downloads, then it goes to get dependencies, after a while, it ends, and still not installs.