TeamViewer for Linux

Establish incoming and outgoing remote connections for real-time support or access to other computers. Participate in meetings and presentations, chat with other people or groups, and make video calls as well. After downloading and installing this software, you will have your first session up and running within seconds. Installation Notes

Ubuntu, Debian

Download TeamViewer

v12.0.71510 (deb 32-Bit / 64-Bit Multiarch)


RedHat, CentOS, Fedora, SUSE

Download TeamViewer

v12.0.71510 (rpm)


Other systems (not officially supported)

Download TeamViewer

v12.0.71510 (tar.xz)


TeamViewer will run on many other recent Linux flavors.
Please read Installation on unsupported systems

Changelog
Use TeamViewer for incoming and outgoing remote connections.

Additional Downloads

Immediate assistance:

TeamViewer QuickSupport

Optimized for instant support, this small customer module does not require installation or administrator rights — simply download, double click, and give the provided ID and password to your supporter.

Join remote control session
Customize QuickSupport
TeamViewer 11 for old 64-Bit DEB systems without Multiarch

(e.g. Debian 6, Ubuntu 10)

Download

See installation notes for more details.

TeamViewer Host enables unattended access.

Your start into IoT:

TeamViewer Host for Raspberry Pi

The TeamViewer Host for Raspberry Pi is a system service that allows for the unattended access of Raspberry Pi devices so that they can be maintained, controlled, or managed with our industry-leading TeamViewer solution, familiar to millions of users around the world.

Download Host
Previous versions:

These downloads are only recommended for users with older licenses that may not be used with the latest release of TeamViewer.


See previous versions