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Final version 8 of TeamViewer for Linux (8.0.17147) released
We finally released the Final Version of TeamViewer for Linux8.0.17147 with some enhancements and improvements. Thanks to the great amount of constructive feedback we received during the beta phase, we were able to add the final touches to TeamViewer 8.
Final release notes:
Enabled Basic Authentication for proxies
Webcams are now supported for video-streaming during meetings
Instead of four different RPM-packages one single package for all RPM-based distributions (RedHat, CentOS, Fedora, SUSE)
TeamViewer can now be installed on Multiarch systems (Debian 7, 64-bit)
Fixed issues during the installation of TeamViewer
Fixed some issues where the TeamViewer daemon did not start automatically after system bootup
Fixed issues with incoming and LAN connections
Various other minor fixes and improvements
TeamViewer is free for all non-commercial users!
Information for existing customers TeamViewer 8 users can still establish remote control connections with TeamViewer 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7. For technical and licensing reasons, a remote control connection in the other direction, i.e., from TeamViewer 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 to TeamViewer 8, is not possible.
We wish you best continued success with TeamViewer!
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