Difference between revisions of "Telegram"

Jump to: navigation, search
m (Fix openSUSE Telegram package name)
Line 5: Line 5:
 
* Fedora: <tt>sudo dnf install telegram-desktop</tt>
 
* Fedora: <tt>sudo dnf install telegram-desktop</tt>
 
* Gentoo: <tt>sudo emerge telegram-desktop-bin</tt>
 
* Gentoo: <tt>sudo emerge telegram-desktop-bin</tt>
* openSUSE: <tt>sudo zypper install telegram</tt>
+
* openSUSE: <tt>sudo zypper install telegram-desktop</tt>
 
* Flatpak: <tt>flatpak install flathub org.telegram.desktop</tt>
 
* Flatpak: <tt>flatpak install flathub org.telegram.desktop</tt>
  

Revision as of 07:16, 18 November 2018

Telegram is a real-time chat program, similar to instant messages and IRC. Telegram offers a web client, mobile and a desktop client. You can install the Telegram desktop client using the KDE Discover Software Store or using the command line , which differs based on which GNU/Linux distribution you're using:

  • Arch/Antergos/Manjaro: sudo pacman -S telegram-desktop
  • Debian/Ubuntu/Kubuntu/KDE Neon: sudo apt install telegram-desktop
  • Fedora: sudo dnf install telegram-desktop
  • Gentoo: sudo emerge telegram-desktop-bin
  • openSUSE: sudo zypper install telegram-desktop
  • Flatpak: flatpak install flathub org.telegram.desktop

Telegram Channels

Telegram Groups

Community

  • KDE Plasma users group
  • KDE-Soc for all GSoC, GCi and SoK students, mentors, mentees and admins

Development

VDG

KDE Promo

WikiToLearn

WikiToLearn has its list of channels/groups here

Distributions

Local


Content is available under Creative Commons License SA 4.0 unless otherwise noted.