Install TeamViewer in Ubuntu

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TeamViewer is a free remote control software (Like ‘mstsc’) used to remotely connect any PC over the internet in seconds.

Latest release TeamViewer 10 is available for Ubuntu/Debian in both 32 bit and 64 bit. From the official website, this release comes with major bug fixes and feature enhancements.

TeamViewer 10 Feature Summary

  • Performance optimizations
  • Central setting policies
  • Master whitelist
  • Chat history and persistent chat groups
  • One-click video calls
  • Add your profile picture
  • Automatically find nearby contacts
  • Ultra High Definition support
  • Greater emphasis on your corporate identity
  • Real-time session notes
  • TeamViewer 10 redesign
  • Computers & Contacts API
  • Idle session timeout
  • Service cases in TeamViewer Host
  • Integration with Dropbox and more
  • Door lock for online meetings
  • Whiteboard for remote control
  • BlackBerry App (Preview)
  • Benefit from Mac OS X Yosemite
  • Innovations for Mac OS X and Linux

How to install

To install TeamViewer 10, follow these steps:
a) Download deb files
32-Bit / 64-Bit Multiarch
64-Bit without Multiarch

b) Go to Downloads folder cd ~/Downloads/
c) Run sudo dpkg -i teamviewer_10.0.36281_i386

d) If you face dependency error, run sudo apt-get -f install

Run

Search for ‘TeamViewer’ from Dash
Or, Applications -> Internet -> TeamViewer 10

TeamViewer Running in Ubuntu

TeamViewer Running in Ubuntu

Official Links

Website
Download(Linux) Page
Linux Installation Notes

Image credits:
www.teamviewer.com
www.canonical.com

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