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What is TeamViewer:- it is a remote control application. Team Viewer provides easy, fast and secure remote access to Linux, Windows PCs, and Macs.
Team Viewer is free for personal use. You can use Team Viewer completely free of charge to access your private computers or to help your friends with their computer problems.

To download Team Viewer for Ubuntu System go to this URL
http://www.teamviewer.com/en/download/index.aspx
Select open with Ubuntu Software Centre (default)
After downloading is completed you will see Ubuntu Software Centre box in that just press Install Button.
Now you will get Authenticate box just give your system password
After installation is over now you go to Dash Home and type Team Viewer and open that one
After opening Team viewer you will get Team Viewer License Agreement in that you will press Accept License Agreement Button
After that you will see Team Viewer box in that Left side Your ID XXX XXX XXX
And Password   XXXX
Right side you have to type Partner ID and press Connect button to connect your Partner system and enjoy
To setup Team viewer to start up every time you login
Go to start up applications
Click “Add”
Now you will see a box called Add Startup Program box
Now In Name place Type Start Team viewer
In Command place type /usr/bin/teamviewer
And now press Add button
And press close button.
After you restart Team viewer will open automatically

Do it same and enjoy
Allu John Sudhakar
System/Network Administrator
to see my Blogger (for Ubuntu)http://allujohnsudhakar.blogspot.com
any help mail to me [email protected]

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4 Comments to “How to Install Team Viewer Version 7 on Ubuntu 12.04 (Precise Pangolin)”

  1. digitalvaldosta says:

    I have set this and have restarted my machine several times and teamviewer does not start until someone logs in. [ Kubuntu 12.04 and recent version of Teamviewer7]

    Are there any other ideas? I have even added a bash script like this post mentions (which did not work).

    Thanks

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  2. Aleve Sicofante says:

    Teamviewer doesn’t support autostart before login on Linux. You need to set autologin if you want to get back your computer after a remote restart.

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  3. Eugene says:

    This is also good.
    The software works well, Ammyy Admin doesn’t require installation or specific config, works behind gateways NAT as well as within one LAN.

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  4. James Vincent says:

    Hey, another option is RHUB remote support servers. It works on MAC, Windows, Linux, Unix, Ubuntu, iOS etc.

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