The solution TeamViewer access and control a remote computer is now available to users of Linux distributions.
After Windows and Mac OS X, the German publisher announced that its software TeamViewer making remote control of computers, computer assistance or sharing office space is now available for operating systems based on Linux. He is currently a beta version of TeamViewer 5.0 with proposed RPMS (RedHat, Fedora, Suse, Debian) and DEB (Debian, Ubuntu) in 32 and 64 bits.
Free for personal use, TeamViewer uses an AES 256-bit data and can operate through firewalls. The solution called all-in-one for Linux is announced with three connectivity options:
- control a remote computer
- presentation documents
- File Transfer
The editor justifies this arrival in the Linux world because of its "use by IT professionals worldwide. These professionals are "regularly called upon to provide assistance to customers and consumers who work mainly on the operating systems Windows or Mac.