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Petitioning TeamViewer GmbH TeamViewer GmbH

TeamViewer GmbH: Make a native version of the TeamViewer client for Linux.

The TeamViewer client is used by millions of people for Enterprise and for home use. Some of these people happen to be running Linux, especially on Enterprise machines, which is why I think that there should be a native TeamViewer client for Linux. The current Deb/RPM installer for TeamViewer is running the Windows version via WINE, and it is very slow and buggy and uncompatible with many of what it offers, this can be very frustrating for many people including me, which is why I think that if the company decides to make a native Linux version they will make money out of it, because more people will buy it, they will also save money developing on Linux because Linux is free, and they will make their Linux-using customers very happy with their purchases. So in summary I think TeamViewer should make a native Linux client because it will help everyone, the customers and the company and I hope this made you change your mind about Linux.

Letter to
TeamViewer GmbH TeamViewer GmbH
The TeamViewer client is used by millions of people for Enterprise and for home use. Some of these people happen to be running Linux, especially on Enterprise machines, which is why I think that there should be a native TeamViewer client for Linux. The current Deb/RPM installer for TeamViewer is running the Windows version via WINE, and it is very slow and buggy and uncompatible with many of what it offers, this can be very frustrating for many people including me, which is why I think that if the company decides to make a native Linux version they will make money out of it, because more people will buy it, they will also save money developing on Linux because Linux is free, and they will make their Linux-using customers very happy with their purchases. So in summary I think TeamViewer should make a native Linux client because it will help everyone, the customers and the company and I hope this made you change your mind about Linux.