TeamViewer is a free software application that allows you to remotely observe or control your desktop. You can perform technical support, transfer files and present information to a remote user. TeamViewer is available for both the Windows and Linux operating systems. CentOS is a Linux build tailored to business users. The TeamViewer client software enables access to your computer. Install the software on your CentOS-powered computer to use its functions.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
Download the TeamViewer installation package from the website. Alternately, run the following command from the Linux terminal:
Launch the Linux terminal and execute the following command as root:
rpm -ivh teamviewer_linux.rpm
Follow the onscreen prompts to complete the installation.
Tips and warnings
- Click the "Applications" folder and then the "Internet" folder in the "Start" menu to locate and launch the TeamViewer application after installation.
- Logging in as a root user allows administrative access in Linux operating systems. If you are the administrator of your computer, you should automatically log in as a root user.
- Make sure you are not logged in as a root user when you first launch TeamViewer. TeamViewer cannot be run as root.
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