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I want to install microsoft teams for Ubuntu 22.04 LTS so I can join a video conference. Unfortanetly, I am getting a 404 from the deb download page. I don't want to install the unofficial client from snap for security concerns. Does anyone have this working?


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So long as you are not going to be doing any complex screen sharing, I have found the website (teams.microsoft.com) running in Edge is more reliable, uses less memory, and is generally faster than the locally installed clients. I have been doing this for a few years on systems running 20.04 and 22.04 without issues.


What works:



  • chat

  • file sharing

  • audio calls

  • video calls (with or without background blurring)

  • sharing an entire display (with sound)


What doesn't work:



  • sharing a single application window


So long as this is something you can live with then the browser and website may be the way to go.


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