Install TeamViewer 9 in Ubuntu 14.04, 13.10 (both 32 bit & 64 bit)

December 6, 2013 — 19 Comments

teamviewer ubuntu 14.04

TeamViewer 9 Stable now is available. It features multiple connections in tabs, wake-on-lan, two step authentication, shared clipboard and more. This tutorial shows how to install it in Ubuntu 14.04 Trusty, Ubuntu 13.10 Saucy, Linux Mint and their derivatives.

To get started, click the official link below to download the DEB:

Download TeamViewer DEB

Then install Gdebi from Ubuntu Software Center. Gdebi lets you install local deb packages resolving and installing its dependencies.

Gdebi DEB installer in Ubuntu

Gdebi DEB installer in Ubuntu

Finally right-click on TeamViewer DEB and choose “Open With Gebi Package Installer”

install teamview via gdebi

Click “Install Package” button. Once done, open TeamViewer from Menu or Unity Dash.

teamviewer 9 stable

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19 responses to Install TeamViewer 9 in Ubuntu 14.04, 13.10 (both 32 bit & 64 bit)

  1. Thanks, worked for me!
    Running: Xubuntu 13.10

  2. works on ubuntu 14.04 beta

    many thanks :)

  3. Does not work for me with Ubuntu 14.04 beta.

    Error: lib32asound2 cannot be satisfied!


    • Doesn’t work for me to. The same error. lib32asound2 cannot be satisfied!

    • I used the deb 32 bits and works on ubuntu 14.04 beta.

    • The problem is that the teamviewer_linux_x64.deb has dependencies problems. Isn’t recommended for distributions using multiarch (Ubuntu 12.04 and later). For said distributions the teamviewer_linux.deb package should be used.

      This is noted in the help page of Teamviewer:

      Notes to Multiarch:

      On newer 64-bit DEB-systems with Multiarch-support (Debian 7) teamviewer_linux_x64.deb cannot be installed because the package ia32-libs is not available anymore on these systems. In this case you can use teamviewer_linux.deb instead.

    • Same problem here!

  4. Gracias !!!! genio hacia rato que lo queria instalar y no podia!!!


    tienen que instalar ese si tienen sisitemas de 64 bits.

  6. its not working like this mate 14.04 64bit it needs depencies like : lib32asound2, first of all the page give us the 64 bit link is : teamviewer_linux_x64.deb

  7. I have successfully installed 32 bit.Everything works except the sound and mic.

    Please help

  8. Download the 32/64bit multiarch

    Then open terminal, change to your downloads directory and install:
    cd Downloads
    sudo dpkg -i teamviewer_linux.deb

    Worked for my Ubuntu 14.04

  9. thank u for sharing these usful information

  10. Jan van der Werke June 30, 2014 at 10:35 am

    I got these information (translated now from German to English) from Teamviewer about this problem:

    The version “- 32-bit / 64-bit multiarch” you can install on a 32 bit and on a 64 bit system.
    The version “64-bit without multiarch” you can only install on a 64 bit system. However 32-bit packages are missing, which you need to install. You can do this as follows:

    “In the new 64-bit DEB systems with multiarch support (Debian 7) can be teamviewer_linux_x64.deb not install because the package ia32-libs is no longer available there. In this case, you can instead use: teamviewer_linux.deb.

    If the error “Wrong architecture ‘i386′” receive, you must first do the following in the terminal:

    dpkg –add-architecture i386

    apt-get update

    More information:

  11. Fantastic! Thanks Ji m

  12. i was using teamviwer 8 it was perfect i started download teamviwer 9 i have one broblem
    I cannot go to mic to make it mute or unmute i have onle empty big square without word mute .
    any one can help me

  13. Thank you for Sharing…JI m….This Rajesh.raf its working even Linux Mint too… using Linux Mint thanks again….

  14. thats method are not worked

  15. working fine on ubuntu 14.04.

    Thanks a lot :)

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