Released TeamViewer 11 with Unattended access for Android devices
TeamViewer is a All-In-One Software package for Remote Support, desktop sharing, online meetings, web conferencing and file transfer between computers. TeamViewer finally released the TeamViewer 11 on December 1, 2015 with lot of improvements. TeamViewer has been activated on more than a billion devices over 200 countries.
What’s new in TeamViewer 11 for Linux
- Improved performance : TeamViewer has been optimized to use less bandwidth and provide more
efficient image rendering. File transfers up to 15x faster, and up to 30% lower data usage rates.
- Overhauled toolbar : Not only is TeamViewer faster, now you’re faster too. The remote control session interface has been redesigned based on user feedback
- Unattended access for Android devices : TeamViewer is the solution that supports remote control of more Android systems than anyone else. Now, it’s even possible to remotely control unattended Android devices from anywhere, at any time.
- Linux with no GUI is no problem
- Install TeamViewer Host remotely
- Total control of your channels
- Powerful and flexible group sharing
- Save time with multi-selection : Work more efficiently by selecting multiple contacts or devices at once from within your Computers & Contacts list.
- Run TeamViewer in your browser : Use TeamViewer from within your web browser to provide remote support or for remote access. This is a convenient alternative if you lack administrative rights to install TeamViewer
- TeamViewer chat in your web environment : Add full-featured, browser-based chat capabilities to
internal web tools such as CRM or helpdesk solutions by means of a TeamViewer chat widget.
- Chat from anywhere : Never miss an important conversation. Log in to your TeamViewer account from anywhere via a web browser to use it as a web-based chat platform. You can even chat on the go from your mobile device.
- Chrome OS support : TeamViewer continues to be the shining example for supporting multiple platforms by adding yet another operating system to the list: Chrome OS from Google.
- Client enhancements : The hallmark of a premier solution is attention to detail. In the TeamViewer 11 client interface, such details are revealed through an incredibly clean design with numerous usability enhancements focused on providing a state-of-the-art user experience.
- Future of TeamViewer 11 for Linux
- Installation Reference
1) Install TeamViewer 11 RPM based System
TeamViewer offering RPM package for RHEL, CentOS, Fedora & openSUSE system. Follow the below steps to install TeamViewer 11 to RPM based systems which will automatically install dependencies also.
# Download TeamViewer 11 RPM Package # $ wget http://download.teamviewer.com/download/teamviewer.i686.rpm # For RHEl/CentOS/Fedora 21 & older # $ sudo yum install teamviewer.i686.rpm # For Fedora 22 later # $ sudo dnf install teamviewer.i686.rpm # For openSUSE # $ sudo zypper install teamviewer.i686.rpm # For Mageia # $ sudo urpmi --force --allow-nodeps teamviewer.i686.rpm
2) Install TeamViewer 11 DEB based System
TeamViewer offering DEB package for Ubuntu, Debian, LinuxMint and Daritive system. Follow the below steps to install TeamViewer 11 to DEB based systems.
Note : There are few dependency problems on teamviewer_linux_x64.deb (64-bit) package. On newer 64-bit DEB-systems with Multiarch-support (Ubuntu 12.04 and later) teamviewer_linux_x64.deb (64-bit) cannot be installed because the package ia32-libs is not available anymore on these systems. In this case you can use teamviewer_i386.deb (32-bit) instead. Check the advice from teamviewer official notice
# Download TeamViewer 11 DEB Package # $ wget http://download.teamviewer.com/download/teamviewer_i386.deb # Install GDEBI package # $ sudo apt-get install gdebi # Add support for 32 bit architecture # $ sudo dpkg --add-architecture i386 # Update sytem repositories # $ sudo apt-get update # For Ubuntu/Debian/LinuxMint # $ sudo gdebi teamviewer_i386.deb # If you get dependencies error, run below command # # sudo apt-get install -f