TeamViewer is one of the most popular remote computing customers available on the Internet. Like Windows and MacOS, Linux users can install TeamViewer on their systems to remotely access other devices and computers.
Installing TeamViewer on Linux
Before installing TeamViewer on your system, you will need to download the official package file from the TeamViewer website. Packages are different for each distribution, mainly Debian, Arc and Fedora.
Download: TeamViewer for Linux
See the following table to identify which package you should download for your Linux system.
|Delivery name||Package extension|
|Debian / Ubuntu||.deb package|
|Arch linux||.Wire Package|
|CentOS / Fedora||.rpm package|
Although the TeamViewer website has classified packages based on distribution, sometimes it is difficult to deduce which one is appropriate for your system.
If you are more comfortable with the command line, you can download the package using to forget or Curls Utility.
for Public debutant Package:
wget https://download.teamviewer.com/download/linux/teamviewer_amd64.deb curl https://download.teamviewer.com/download/linux/teamviewer_amd64.deb
download Tar Package:
wget https://download.teamviewer.com/download/linux/teamviewer_amd64.tar.xz curl https://download.teamviewer.com/download/linux/teamviewer_amd64.tar.xz
for Rpm Package:
wget https://download.teamviewer.com/download/linux/teamviewer.x86_64.rpm curl https://download.teamviewer.com/download/linux/teamviewer.x86_64.rpm
Download the package and save it to the appropriate location on your system storage.
Debian based distros
Then, install the package using apt:
sudo apt install ./teamviewer_15.17.6_amd64.deb
Note that in the command above, you may have to change the name of the package you downloaded.
Alternatively, you can open the directory using Files Double click on the application and Public debutant Package to install it graphically.
Install teamviewer on arc-based distribution
Since TeamViewer is not included in the package PKGBUILD Info, you have to run and install TeamViewer by manually extracting the package and then executing the application file.
Download download TAR.XZ Using package Tar:
tar -xvf teamviewer_15.17.6_amd64.tar.xz
Then, change the newly created directory Teamviewer Folder.
Assign executable permissions Tv setup File.
sudo chmod +x tv-setup
Check if your system has all the required dependencies.
To run TeamViewer without installation, grant executable permissions Teamviewer File.
sudo chmod +x teamviewer
Then, run TeamViewer from the command line as follows:
Alternatively, you can also go Teamviewer Double-click the executable file to launch the folder and application using the file manager.
sudo ./tv-setup install
You can also force the package to be installed.
sudo ./tv-setup install force
Install teamviewer on fedora
Open your system terminal and navigate to the directory that contains the downloaded file. Then, issue the following command to install the package.
sudo yum install ./teamviewer_15.17.6_amd64.rpm
Yum will automatically install all the necessary dependencies required by the teamviewer package.
If you are not a fan of yum package manager, you can also use DNF. To install the TeamViewer package using DNF:
sudo dnf install ./teamviewer_15.17.6_amd64.rpm
Remote Computing on Linux Simplified!
TeamViewer provides many features that you need to install remote computing on your computer. You can connect to other devices, control other desktops, and access various computers’ file systems on the Internet.