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How to install TeamViewer on Kali Linux 2

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This is a short but step-by-step guide on how to install Teamviewer on Kali Linux 2. I recently faced huge issues in installing Teamviewer on Kali Linxu but finally I did it by some help from internet and some of my own effort in finding issues. Anyhow, let us begin installation of Teamviewer on Kali linux.

Version here that I used for installation are:—

Kali Linux:              Kali Linux 2.0   64 bit

Team Viewer:         Teamviewer_10.0.46203_i386.deb

We now only have one version of Teamviewer to install on any either 32 bit or 64 bit Linux OS.

– First we need to Update OS:

# apt-get update


– Install gdebi for installing Teamviewer:

# apt-get install gdebi


– Download “i386” version of Team Viewer, same version is available and used to be installed on 64-bit Kali OS.


– Add Multi-Architecture support:

# dpkg –add-architecture i386
# apt-get update


– Install Team Viewer:

 HERE we have got two options:


1-   Install by DPKG (default installer in debian systems)

2-   Install by gdebi

Now, First Option: (by using DPKG package installer):

# dpkg -i teamviewer_10.0.46203_i386.deb


Second Option:  (by using GDEBI package installer):

# gdebi teamviewer_10.0.46203_i386.deb



|| Done ||

– Now, Team viewer should be available in Launchpad and executable at /usr/bin/teamviewer

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    Hey there why i cant download gdebi it says
    The following packages have unmet dependencies:
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  • Muhammad Attique

    It is giving error due to missing or broken packages. Please try following commands to clean apt-get cache and update latest one:
    # sudo apt-get autoclean
    # sudo apt-get clean-all
    # sudo apt-get update

    then try to install again, if still facing issue, try following command to automatically install all required repositories.

    # sudo apt-get install -f

    Hopefully, this will work.