Although TeamViewer 8 for Linux is not hundred percent Linux application (with Wine is to be executed), the development team has unearthed this latest version of the popular program for remote control, desktop sharing, file transfer and online meetings, among other features.
Fixed some problems that had emerged in the beta and at least Ubuntu has no errors. But the really important changes have come with the daemon, which makes it possible to connect to another computer on the login screen, without it being necessary for the other user is currently connected.
Other features of the Ubuntu version, are recording the audio and video session (although if connected to Windows computer is only recorded the audio). However, convert your video files from AVI to TeamViewer 8, for example, is not yet possible for Linux users…
Instead of four RPM available, now there will be a single package for RedHat, CentOS, Fedora and SUSE, plus it can be installed on Debian 7.