We released a new version of the Linux full version
Operating system: Linux
Version: 15.1.3937 (Full)
Release date: 2019-12-17
Hi @Esther ,
Teamviewer for Linux has not worked for connections from "Fedora 31" to "Fedora 31" Linux computers for a few months now. Do you have any updates on the confirmation of this issue and a possible fix?
Please see this post for more information: https://community.teamviewer.com/t5/Linux/TeamViewer-not-working-on-Fedora-31/m-p/75157
Thanks for your comment.
I checked with the Linux Team and I can confirm, that there is a known issue for incoming connections with Fedora 31. The team is aware and is working on a fix, but unfortunately, I do not have an ETA for the fix to be released.
Thanks and best,
Since TeamViewer on Linux is a native Client, we are missing the feature to use tvc files for Remote Control of our Customer Servers and Clients. It is the only way to make the connections to the servers monitored in our RMM.
Can you please bring this feature back to linux to be able to use teamviewer as it was in the past. It is really annoying that the only systems which supports tvc support is windows. Not every technican is using windows, so please be open to support technicans with linux OS.
Yes! Please bring back the tvc file. I also use a RMM that uses Teamviewer and the only way round it so far is running Firefox in a Windows VM with Teamviewer installed and it in seamless mode on VirtualBox.
Not everyone uses Windows, this feature worked previously (I believe v13) and was removed for no good reason.
Very sad to the such a company ignoring the user voice, giving no reaction to those how would like to be workable on linux as much as on windows.
Hopefully there will be some change in their thinking ...