This article covers how to install TeamViewer on the CentOS system. Additionally, you will learn how to install, launch, and update TeamViewer on CentOS.
We have also covered how to uninstall TeamViewer in case you no longer need it on your system.
For some more help regarding TeamViewer, run teamviewer help in Terminal.
TeamViewer is a Robust cross-platform solution that provides secure remote access, remote control, and remote support solution across devices.
The data traffic between devices are encrypted which makes the TeamViewer very secure.
This software is available for “Linux, Windows, Mac, Chrome OS” and even for mobile devices like "iOS, Android, and so on".
To Install TeamViewer on CentOS 8:
1. Enable EPEL Repo on CentOS 8
You can install EPEL repo using the below command. This command will enable the repo if it is not already installed:
$ sudo yum install https://dl.fedoraproject.org/pub/epel/epel-release-latest-8.noarch.rpm -y
2. Now you can proceed further to install TeamViewer on CentOS 8:
$ sudo yum install teamviewer.x86_64.rpm -y
3. Once the package is installed you can start using team viewer: