How to Install TeamViewer on Ubuntu 22.04

TeamViewer, a renowned name in the world of remote connectivity solutions, offers a seamless way to access and manage devices across the globe. Whether it’s for file sharing, web conferences, online meetings, or establishing desktop-sharing sessions, TeamViewer has earned its reputation for reliability and versatility. In this comprehensive guide, we will walk you through installing TeamViewer on the Ubuntu 22.04 operating system. By the end of this tutorial, you’ll be ready to harness the power of TeamViewer on your Ubuntu system, making remote access and collaboration more accessible than ever. Let’s get started.

Start by ensuring your system is up-to-date. Use the following command in your terminal:

sudo apt update

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How to Install TeamViewer via the Ubuntu Repository

Download and add the TeamViewer repository key by using the command below :

cd /tmp


Proceed to include the following key in your system using the provided ‘apt-key’ command with sudo privileges :

sudo apt-key add TeamViewer2017.asc

Following that, run the following command to add the official TeamViewer repository, which will be used to configure the stable TeamViewer version:

sudo sh -c ‘echo “deb stable main” >> /etc/apt/sources.list.d/teamviewer.list’

Next, update your system repository by running :

sudo apt update

Finally, install Teamviewer by executing :

sudo apt install teamviewer

Once this is done, invoke the following command in order to start using Teamviewer :


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How to Uninstall TeamViewer Using Terminal

To uninstall TeamViewer using the terminal, execute the following command:

sudo apt remove teamviewer


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Nikolaus Oosterhof

Nikolaus holds a degree in software development and has a strong passion for all things tech-related, especially gadgets with screens. Though he is nostalgic for older phone models, he's a retired gamer and continues to enjoy programming in open-source environments. Additionally, Nikolaus enjoys writing about Linux, macOS and Windows and has experience designing web pages.

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