Teamviewer is a software that allows you to remote control a computer located anywhere in the world via the internet.
Teamviewer is used mostly for troubleshooting technical issues without being physically on front of the screen. For example, you can use teamviewer to teach your friend how to fix an issue on their computer.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to install teamviewer on Debian 12
Step 1 - Update Debian 12
It is necessary to make sure that your system is updated before installing Teamviewer.
Perform a system update by using the command below
sudo apt update
Step 2 - Download Teamviewer
Next, you need to download the binary file
.deb. You can use wget to directly download the deb file into your computer.
wget -O teamviewerx64.deb https://download.teamviewer.com/download/linux/teamviewer_amd64.deb
Next, you should see a file called
/home/user. To verify that the download was successful, you can view all deb files located on
/home/user/ by using the ls command.
If you have other deb files downloaded on
/home/user, then you can use grep to search only for teamviewer
ls | grep teamviewer
Step 3 - Install Teamviewer
Now you can install teamviewer using apt. Launch your terminal, and run the command below
sudo apt install ./teamviewerx64.deb
And wait for the process to be completed.
Step 4 - Launch Teamviewer
Once installed, teamviewer icon will appear on the applications menu of your system. There are two ways to launch teamviewer, by using GUI and by using terminal.
Launch Teamviewer using GUI
Click to 'Activies' and search for 'Teamviewer' on the search box, and you should see teamviewer, click on it to launch it.
Launch Teamviewer using Terminal
teamviewer on your terminal to launch teamviewer from the terminal
Teamviewer is one of the best solutions when it comes to fixing issues on a computer without having physical access. In this tutorial, you learned how to Install the binary file of teamviewer on Debian 12 "Bookworm".