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Teamviewer module

Post#1 by jmurrinux » 28 Jan 2015, 02:24

Hello to all,
Is there a new Teamviewer module for the new Porteus version 3.1?
Thanks :)
Thank you!
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Re: Teamviewer module

Post#2 by ElectriQT » 30 Jan 2015, 12:59

I did not have success with the normal "portable" way of doing it..
That is, Just click on the teamviewer-file in the folder and run it, if everything
is included in the extracted folder I did hope it would work, but did not. (LXDE 3.01 in "copy2ram" , uptime 35 days with the new 3.1-core, new bash, htop, new firefox 31.4 for today , new flash v.440 for today)

I think a minimalistic Wine also was included in the subfolders from TeamViewer,
Some more competent Porteus-guy need too look in to this , why it dont work,

"Porteus cant create symlinks" or similar error was what i got when I extracted the "portable" file:
http://download.teamviewer.com/download ... nux.tar.gz

"Run TeamViewer without installation
The tar.gz package can be run without installation and doesn’t even need root permissions.
After downloading the tar.gz package, you need to extract it to the directory you want to run it from. Simply click on “teamviewer” to start a TeamViewer instance.

The tar.gz package works, if the libraries TeamViewer depends on are installed which is often the case.
You can identify missing libraries by running the command as an administrator:
tv-setup --checklibs
"


- Did you get the same result with symlink complains when you try to extract it?

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Re: Teamviewer module

Post#3 by beny » 30 Jan 2015, 16:46

hi EletricQT i think better to do a package xzm of teamviewer,you can put on modules folder and if you run porteus in fresh way you have this module ready to use,if you have devel module try usm -b teamviewer if you have 32 bit porteus you don't have problem to build it,the source code isn't the best way to install software in a aufs file system,a clean system run better.ps:clean system is only that you have all the software in xzm packages,into modules folder.

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Re: Teamviewer module

Post#4 by ElectriQT » 01 Feb 2015, 14:19

yes, but it was not possible to extract / decompress the downloaded archivefile from teamviewer

Du you know what I do wrong if that error happens ?
(32 bit LXDE here)

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Re: Teamviewer module

Post#5 by cttan » 16 Feb 2015, 10:49

Hi jmurrinux,

Download tar.gz version under Other systems (not officially supported)

Untar it and move it to a folder in /opt
tar zxvf teamviewer_10.0.37742_linux.tar.gz
mv /root/teamviewer /opt/teamviewer10


Enable daemon
/opt/teamviewer10/teamviewer --daemon enable

Start Teamviewer
/opt/teamviewer10/teamviewer

You will need to activate compat32-libraries-3.0-x86_64-1sl.xzm as well
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Re: Teamviewer module

Post#6 by wread » 03 May 2015, 01:16

Hi all!
Here is a Teamviewer-10 module for linux generic ported to Porteus :%) .

It is a MS compilation plus a Wine wrapper and so prone to MS security issues...
Nevertheless, it seems to be working ok. It is kind of a Skype with some variations.

You can test it and see if it fulfills your expectations.

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Re: Teamviewer module

Post#7 by ElectriQT » 03 May 2015, 21:24

Hi ,

Thanx!

I Tested the module,
it shows a meny entry in the "internet" folder, but nothing happens when I select it,

(LXDE 3.1+)

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Re: Teamviewer module

Post#8 by jimwg » 08 May 2016, 21:19

Greetings!

Any progress on module-making this?

Thanks!

Jim in NYC

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