HOW TO INSTALL TEAM VIEWER ON UBUNTU




Hello guys, we met again. This time I will show you how to install team viewer on Ubuntu. Of course Operating system that we use is Linux. Team viewer is remote controlling software for computer client which use internet as network. Team viewer is very helpful to remote the other computer from far away. Usually if we want to use Team viewer is working smooth and fast, we must use internet which have good and fast connection.
Team viewer almost install on windows. But several users is using it on Linux. The installation on ubuntu is different from windows.
There are two ways to download and install it
The First way Install Team Viewer, There are steps to install it on ubuntu.
1. Go to download page https://www.teamviewer.com/
2. Then choose download menu and then choose Linux (as Operating System)
3. And then choose type of Linux Operating System, there are three type linux that support.    first:Ubuntu,Debian.
second:RedHat, CentOS, Fedora, SUSE
third: OTH
4. if your linux operating system using ubuntu then choose Ubuntu and So do I, I choosed Ubuntu because my computer using Linux Ubuntu.
5. After you download it, then click Team Viewer that has been download on your computer
6. Then you will directed to Ubuntu Software Center to Install it
7. On the Ubuntu software center there is an install button, and then pressed it. Wait until the process is accomplished (100%)
8. Then to find team viewer software just search on Unity (Top Left menu button). The icon of it will appear.

The Second way Install Team Viewer, so as the first. In this way we have several step to install it.
1. Open Terminal on menu bar, if the terminal don’t show on menu bar just search on Unity.
2. After Terminal has opened, then type:
wget https://download.teamviewer.com/download/teamviewer_i386.deb
3. Stay focused on terminal, next step install the downloaded DEB file by typing:
sudo dpkg -i teamviewer_i386.deb
4. If DPKG have any errors show, fix any dependency issues to make sure everything works fine, just type below on terminal:
sudo apt update && sudo apt -f install

That all guys the way to install TeamViewer, I hope it will now be ready for use and will be present in your menu.

18 Responses to "HOW TO INSTALL TEAM VIEWER ON UBUNTU"

  1. Oh thank you for this!! It's a great learning post!

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  2. My boyfriend likes ubuntu a lot. He always has it installed

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  3. Great post!! I will share this with my yonger brother, He was thinking to install team viewer on ubuntu.

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  4. Holiii !!
    Interesting post about how to install this viewer. I'll keep it in mind.
    Good day!!

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  5. Such an interesting post. Now I know about team viewer on Linux os.

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  6. thanks for sharing this tip, i have used ubuntu sometime back, i got a hang of it after a long time though. People who love using open source platforms Ubuntu is their fav

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  7. Wow great post, I have a friend who use this will share it with her.

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  8. Hm, if I ever need to do this at least I will now know how to. Thanks.

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  9. Thank you for sharing this.Great post.I should apply this when in need.

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  10. Team viewer is a blessing for family issues. My parents and grandparents (esp the latter) get problems with pc. it is so much easier when I can simply remote access them

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  11. This is a super helpful tutorial! It helped me greatly to get this done!

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  12. Ahh... I am very bad with Linux distros.

    But the instructions were pretty easy.

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  13. I’ve learned that I can rely on your posts for timely, relevant, USEFUL information. Thank you.

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  14. Great information. You always bring us up to date information, stated in easy to understand terms and It is not overwhelming. I appreciate that and I look forward to what is next.

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  15. Great content, such a useful tutorial, I was actually thinking on how to do it better. This blog is on a right timing.

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  16. I've never used Ubuntu OS but this is pretty helpful for those who does.

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  17. Thanks for breaking this down into easy to follow steps. This is a very helpful resource!

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  18. I love that you made this easy for us to follow. Thanks for sharing.

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