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:
TeamViewer 9 Beta is out with many great new features, such as multiple connections in tabs, Wake-on-LAN, two factor authentication, shared clipboard, Windows 8.1 & Mac OS X Mavericks support and more.
New Features in TeamViewer 9
Open multiple remote sessions in tabs, just like in your browser. For an optimal overview, you can also open all the monitors belonging to a remote computer in separate tabs.
Wake-on-LAN: you can now wake up your computer remotely whenever you need access.
Protect your TeamViewer account against unauthorized access with two factor authentication
Windows 8.1 and Mac OS X Mavericks support
You can now save customized modules with your company branding (TeamViewer QuickSupport, QuickJoin or Host) in your Management Console.
Copy files, folders, images, screenshots, text, and tables along with formatting from one computer to another via the clipboard.
Simplified file transfer without establishing a connection
Process customer cases in the service queue together with your team
Integrate TeamViewer with your systems, such as helpdesk, ticket, or CRM.
Quick connection via desktop shortcut
TeamViewer now informs you directly in your Computers & Contacts list when new notifications are available.
Video transfer is now even faster. Show your participant a video during a presentation or view YouTube videos on remote computers in real-time.
New TeamViewer user interface and Computers & Contacts design.
Instant support for Linux customers is now even simpler because TeamViewer QuickSupport is now also available for Linux.